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Comparison of Noncontact and Contact Confocal Microscopy after DSAEK

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Title: Comparison of Noncontact and Contact Confocal Microscopy after DSAEK
Author: Christopher Smith
Date: 08/22/2012
Keywords/Main Subjects: DSAEK; Confocal microscopy; Fuch’s dystrophy; Endothelial cell count; Penetrating keratoplasty; Non-contact confocal microscopy; Specular microscopy
Diagnosis: Corneal transplant
Brief Description: This is a clinical research presentation on the use of confocal microscopy in cornea transplant to evaluate the endothelial cell layer. The mechanisms of pecular and confocal microscopy are discussed and contrasted. Non-contact and contact confocal microscopy are compared and discussed.
Format: video
Series: Moran Eye Center Grand Rounds
Identifier: Moran_CORE_13758
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