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Patients who required their ﬁrst keratoplasty in either eye because of decreased vision caused by Fuchs' dystrophy were recruited from the Mayo Clinic cornea service.
The three specific tomographic features were all present in all FECD corneas with clinically definite edema, in 81 percent or more of FECD corneas suspicious for subclinical edema, and in 5 percent or less of normal ...
Corneal Suturing, Part 1-A Curriculum for Suturing the Cornea Videos - Mayo Clinic Corneal Suturing, Part 1: A curriculum for suturing the cornea July 29, 2014 Overview Show transcript Overview Leo J.
Normal corneas were devoid of guttae.
Related papers were published in Archives of Ophthalmology and Cornea.
. , Ophthalmology, provides an introduction to scleral lenses: Large-diameter, rigid, gas-permeable contact lenses that rest on the sclera and trap a layer of fluid between the back of the lens and the front of the cornea.
., consultant in cornea and external disease, developed the curriculum in resident corneal surgery at Mayo Clinic.
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