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An Algorithm To Recalculate Topographic Maps From Any Axis For Computer Assisted Videokeratography

A problem that has been frequently attribuited to CAVKs is that curvature maps have always referred to the vertex as normal: a center that has no physiological meaning and, usually, has no relation with the pupil entrance and the line of sight, nor with the corneal apex.