Corneal Dystrophies and Degenerations


Dr. Wang's textbook on keratoconus, keratoectasia, genetics, family history, corneal topography, wavefront, LASIK complications, PRK complications, RK complications, vision, night glare, double vision, premium IOL complications after cataract surgery, LASIK surgeon, Nashville, Tennessee (TN).

The recent discovery of specific gene mutations for corneal dystrophies has ushered in a new era for the study of these inherited corneal diseases. This concise and well-illustrated monograph captures the essential information needed by today's opthalmologists in this rapidly developing field. From summarizing the key aspects of the molecular genetics of corneal dystrophies to describing the use of the excimer laser to treat corneal diseases, this up-to date guide provides valuable infomation about the diagnosis and treatment of these disorders.

Ming X.Wang, MD, PhD was Director of the Vanderbilt Laser Sight Center at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville, Tennessee at the time this monograph was developed. Currently, he is in private practice at the Wang Vision 3D Cataract and LASIK Center in Nashville and is a staff surgeon at St. Thomas Hospital.

Ming Wang, MD, PhD, Director
Wang Vision Institute
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