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Epithelial Ingrowth 16 Years After LASIK Enhancement

A man in his 50s underwent uncomplicated LASIK surgery 15 years ago, followed a year later by a flap-lift enhancement. Recently, the patient developed pain, redness, and irritation in his right eye. He was diagnosed with iritis and herpes simplex keratitis and referred to the Cornea Service. Having detected significant epithelial ingrowth in the LASIK flap interface, Christopher Rapuano, MD, details his surgical management of the case.

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