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How Cloudy Can a Cornea Get?

  Channels: Cataract Surgery | Posted 6/7/2019

Suphi Taneri, MD, narrates a cataract surgical case he performed in an 82-year-old man with no light perception in his contralateral eye after a severe stroke. Optical biometry had not been possible on the patient’s operative eye due to an extremely cloudy cornea, leaving Dr. Taneri to rely on acoustic axial length measurement and manual keratometry.

Astigmatism • Cornea • Keratometry


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