Foldable intralamellar artificial cornea device lessens risk of graft failure
Early outcomes encouraging with use of foldable intralamellar artificial cornea
By: Cheryl Guttman Krader - October 01, 2011
"Palo Alto, CA—Experience with a foldable intralamellar artificial cornea (KeraKlear, KeraMed) indicates it is a promising modality for visual rehabilitation in eyes at high risk for graft rejection or failure after penetrating keratoplasty (PKP). The prosthetic device offers many advantages compared with full-thickness corneal transplantation or other artificial corneas, according to researchers." ...
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