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Figure 3: (A) A keratoconic eye exhibits the typical topographic pattern of an asymmetric bowtie with a skewed radial axis; (B) a large air trapping is present due to the base curve of the miniscleral lens being too flat; (C) a smaller air trapping with pooling is present for a mini-scleral lens with cone design.

Figure 3: (A) A keratoconic eye exhibits the typical topographic pattern of an asymmetric bowtie with a skewed radial axis; (B) a large air trapping is present due to the base curve of the miniscleral lens being too flat; (C) a smaller air trapping with pooling is present for a mini-scleral lens with cone design.