Boston Type 1 Keratoprosthesis: Visual Outcomes, Device Retention, and Complications.

@article{Parker2017BostonT1,
  title={Boston Type 1 Keratoprosthesis: Visual Outcomes, Device Retention, and Complications.},
  author={John S. Parker and Robert E. Morris and David M. Rooney and Jack S. Parker},
  journal={Cornea},
  year={2017},
  volume={36 4},
  pages={
          e13-e14
        }
}
reported complications. We have reported on preparation of ultrathin (UT) endothelial grafts2,3 at the Veneto Eye Bank Foundation, Italy, and the long distance transport and delivery of grafts within an iGlide.4 One of the major advantages that we found using the iGlide was the design of the device. It consists of a cap/lid as an additional tool for preventing any movement of the donor tissue during shipment. We have observed that EndoGlide Ultrathin inserters do not have a cap, and this may… CONTINUE READING

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