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Management of High Astigmatism after Corneal Transplant: Compression Sutures and Relaxing Incisions at Donor-Host Interface

  Channels: Cornea | Posted 7/2/2018

A 75-year-old woman with a history of keratoconus and subsequent corneal transplantation presented with high astigmatism in the donor cornea. The decision was made to use compression sutures and relaxing incisions at the donor-host interface. This video is presented by Majid Moshirfar, MD; Aaron T. Gomez, BS; and Orry Birdsong, MD.

Astigmatic Keratotomy • Astigmatism • Corneal Astigmatism • Corneal Transplant • Suturing


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