Ultrasound biomicroscopy confirmation of corneal overriding due to improper suturing of full-thickness corneal laceration.

@article{Kucukevcilioglu2014UltrasoundBC,
  title={Ultrasound biomicroscopy confirmation of corneal overriding due to improper suturing of full-thickness corneal laceration.},
  author={M. Kucukevcilioglu and V. Hurmeric},
  journal={Arquivos brasileiros de oftalmologia},
  year={2014},
  volume={77 6},
  pages={
          392-4
        }
}
We herein present a case with corneal overriding due to improper suturing of a full-thickness corneal laceration. There was a 2.5-mm difference between horizontal and vertical white-to-white measurements in the cornea. However, slit lamp examination failed to demonstrate the exact architecture of the laceration. Ultrasound biomicroscopy defined the wound edges thoroughly and confirmed the presence of corneal overriding. Six weeks after suture enhancement, the abnormal oval appearance of the… Expand

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