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The viscoelastic effects of the cornea have been measured in inflations tests , in corneal strips [Seiler 1992], and in cylindrical corneal samples . In vivo properties were measured by Buzard et al. after refractive procedures . The theory of quasilinear viscoelasticity proposed by Fung has been widely used to describe the viscoelastic behavior of soft tissues but lacks of a consistent molecular theory. A. Guarnieri from Green and Tobolsky in a self-consistent molecular theory of rubbers.