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Finding a donor cornea Most corneas used in cornea transplants come from deceased donors.
Cornea transplant - Mayo Clinic Video: Cornea transplant Sections Video: Cornea transplant Transcript Full-thickness corneal transplants involve removing the diseased cornea and stit...
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Ophthalmologists at Mayo Clinic offer the most current technology and most advanced treatment options available for cornea transplant, including full-thickness cornea transplant and partial-thickness cornea...
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With DSEK and DMEK, only the innermost layer of the cornea is replaced with healthy tissue from a donor cornea.
In this study, we will make simple measurements of the cornea and compare those to the function of the inside lining of the cornea with the hope that the simple measurements will predict function.
Determine normal light scattering properties from the cornea.
A Study of Daytime Changes in Corneas with Fuchs Dystrophy - Mayo Clinic Overview Study type Observational Study IDs Study type Observational Describes the nature of a clinical study.
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