Relocation of posterior corneal rings in clinical wide field specular microscopy.

Abstract

A clinical study of posterior corneal rings in human eyes was undertaken using the Pocklington (Keeler-Konan) contact wide field specular microscope designed by Sherrard. The method used to reproduce identical posterior corneal rings in the same human cornea, in vivo, using the contact wide field specular microscope camera, without the aid of a contact lens… (More)

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