Corneal wound healing after excimer laser keratotomy in a human eye.

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A pulsed excimer argon-fluorine laser was used to produce corneal incisions in vivo in a human cornea. Fourteen days after the laser surgery, the incisions were examined by light and transmission electron microscopy. There was good initial healing, with no inflammatory or immune reactions in the incisions.

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@article{AronRosa1987CornealWH, title={Corneal wound healing after excimer laser keratotomy in a human eye.}, author={Danielle Aron-Rosa and C F Boerner and Petra B{\aa}th and François Carr{\'e} and Mirjam Gross and Jos{\'e} Timsit and Lawrence D. True and T. Hufnagel}, journal={American journal of ophthalmology}, year={1987}, volume={103 3 Pt 2}, pages={454-64} }