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Two Optometrists discuss how the NIDEK CEM-530 specular microscope helps them provide better care to patients
 
Abnormalities in the corneal endothelium can be an early indication of sight-threatening corneal dystrophies, and its specialized cells can be adversely affected by injury, intraocular surgery, or improper contact lens wear. As such, imaging and analysis of the corneal endothelium with spectral microscopy is an important capability in an eyecare practice, applicable to patients of all ages and a range of clinical situations.
 
Download this white paper to read about the NIDEK CEM-530 specular microscope. Learn how the full-featured, easy-to-use scope enables thorough evaluation of the corneal endothelium — and how it can be integral to providing high-quality care for your patients.