Abstract # P-257 Comparison of Topography-Guided and Standard LASIK for Hyperopia: How Important Is Adjustment for Angle Kappa?

Kanellopoulos, John, Greece

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About the Presenter:
Dr. Kanellopoulos is an eye surgeon specializing in Cornea Transplantation, complicated Glaucoma and Refractive surgery. He has sub-specialized in External Diseases, Cornea and Refractive surgery with Fellowship training at Cornell University Medical College and Harvard Medical School. He has sub-specialized in Glaucoma
He is currently an Associate Clinical Professor with the Department of Ophthalmology at the New York University Medical School.

Dr. Kanellopoulos is in private practice limited to cornea transplantation, laser refractive surgery, laser cataract surgery and complicated glaucoma surgery in Athens, Greece and provides clinical teaching in New York City. He has been a regular clinical consultant in Cornea, Refractive, and Cataract surgery for several international sites in Europe and the Middle East. He has published over 30 original papers in peer-reviewed journals, over 10 book chapters and hundreds paper and poster presentations in the major eye meetings worldwide. He is married and has 3 children.

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Kanellopoulos, John A.

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