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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 Full-thickness corneal transplants involve removing the diseased cornea and stitching in a ...
Ophthalmologist Rochester, MN Areas of focus: Laser eye surgery, Cornea transplant, Cornea problems Darby D.
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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A scarred cornea causes worsening vision problems and may require cornea transplant surgery.
It's caused by fat (lipid) deposits deep in the edge of the cornea.
This causes cross-linking of the cornea, which stiffens the cornea to prevent further shape changes.
Ophthalmologist Rochester, MN Areas of focus: Laser eye surgery, Cornea transplant, Cataract surgery, Cornea problems, Cataract, Keratoconus Muriel M.
An evaluation may include a test to measure the curve of the cornea (keratometry), computerized corneal mapping and other tests.
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