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Chapter 2 PG 18 Video 1

Rotating the Scleral Lens with a Finger to Detect Scleral Toricity

The use of a toric scleral lens may confirm scleral toricity. To detect scleral toricity, it is necessary to rotate the scleral lens with a finger. If the lens recovers the initial position, the sclera is toric. In the video the lens is recovering its initial position, indicating that the sclera is toric.