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Title:  Intriguing Corneal Cases
Author:  Carlton Fenzl
Date:  10/29/2014
Keywords/Main Subjects: Corneal ring shaped opacity; MGUS; Corneal opacity; Irregular astigmatism; Penetrating keratoplasty; Post-keratoplasty; Astigmatic keratoplasty; LASIK after keratoplasty; Conductive keratoplasty; Compression sutures
Secondary CORE Category:  External Disease and Cornea / Systemic Disorders with Corneal Changes / Disorders of Immunoglobulin Synthesis
Additional CORE Category: External Disease and Cornea / Clinical Approach to Corneal Transplantation / Penetrating Keratoplasty
Diagnosis: MGUS, Irregular astigmatism
Brief Description: This is a series of 3 case studies of corneal disorders. The first covers an unknown diagnosis of a full thickness, ring-shaped corneal opacity. A differential of righ shaped opacities is discussed. The second case presents a patient with multiple white stromal opacities in the cornea. The diagnosis of MGUS is discussed. The third case covers a post-LASIK, post-cataract surgery patient who now presents with irregular astigmatism. A penetrating keratoplasty was performed with less than ideal results. The post-operative management of this penetrating keratoplasty is described. 
Format: video
Series: Moran Eye Center Grand Rounds
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Identifier: Moran_CORE_17700
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