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Figure 5a: Corneal topography by Pentacam (Oculus Inc., Germany) showing corneal ectasia with K1 56.5 D at 178° and K2 63.1 D at 88°. The cornea is steepest centrally with a K value of 65.1 D. Increased corneal thickness in pachymetry map and irregular back surface elevation are due to corneal edema and scarring (right eye) Figure 5b: Normal topographic pattern (left eye)

Figure 5a: Corneal topography by Pentacam (Oculus Inc., Germany) showing corneal ectasia with K1 56.5 D at 178° and K2 63.1 D at 88°. The cornea is steepest centrally with a K value of 65.1 D. Increased corneal thickness in pachymetry map and irregular back surface elevation are due to corneal edema and scarring (right eye)

Figure 5b: Normal topographic pattern (left eye)