During routine eye tests, early phases of keratoconus often remain undetected. That is why it is very important to select a competent doctor, with access to specialized equipment allowing them to perform corneal topography. Modern diagnostic equipment permits keratoconus detection even at its embryonic stages. An early diagnosis of this kind gives the patient a chance to swiftly undergo effective treatment and halting the affliction progression.
It remains very important to not miss the moment, when visual impairments dynamically develop amongst younger people, astigmatism develops, and glasses do not sufficiently well improve vision. These are telltale signs of keratoconus developing in the eye. Another age group which remains at high risk of affliction are people between 30 and 35 years of age. The keratoconus progression may be very rapid, but may also halt at a certain stage and stop vision deterioration.
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