Read corneal topography files as exported by Placido disk corneal topographer. A corneal topographer is an ophthalmic clinical device that obtains measurements in the cornea (the anterior part of the eye). A Placido disk corneal topographer makes use of the Placido disk (see references), which produce a circular pattern of measurement nodes. This function assumes a file structure of 24 rings * 256 angles per ring, which is the typical distribution of commercial Placido disk topographers.
A file path to a corneal topography file exported by a Placido disk corneal topographer.
A dataset containing the read corneal topography.
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