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Early Results of Penetrating Keratoplasty After Cultivated Limbal Epithelium Transplantation
Archives of Ophthalmology
Objective: To describe the early results of penetrating keratoplasty (PKP) in patients who had previously undergone cultivated limbal epithelium transplantation. Methods: Medical records of patients with limbal stem cell deficiency due to chemical burns who underwent PKP after cultivated limbal epithelium transplantation were reviewed for demographics, primary etiology, type of limbal transplantation, ocular surface stability, visual acuity, graft clarity, and complications. Histopathologicdoi:10.1001/archopht.123.3.334 pmid:15767475 fatcat:4hola3w7ybh65n7v35hc4p62yi