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2 Ophthalmological Diagnostic Techniques / 2 Corneal Tests /  Pachymetry
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Description: The pachymeter is an instrument that measures the thickness of the cornea.  It is useful in monitoring the progression of certain disorders that cause the cornea to become thickened (or filled with water), resulting in a loss of vision.  Pachymetry is also performed to determine whether the cornea is strong enough for procedures such as LASIK. (St Luke's Cataract & Laser Institute; Pachymetry)
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