OCULAR BIO-MECHANISM

Ocular biomechanics received vast interest over the last decade. At the turn of the methods to characterise the mechanical properties of the cornea and outside of external organism have, to a large extent, been primitive and hence unable to produce accurate or reliable information on the tissue’s hyperelasticity, hysteresis, viscoelasticity or anisotropy, and the situation was even worse with in-vivo methods.

 

  • Corneal hysteresis
  • Young modulus
  • Intraocular pressure
  • Sclera Ex-vivo

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