intrastromal

in·tra·stro·mal

(in'tră-strō'măl),
Within the stroma or foundation substance of any organ or part.
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penetrating keratoplasty, evaluation of the patient and decision making, and corneal allogenic intrastromal ring segments as an alternative to DALK in specific situations.
(8.) Miralles MG, Martinez CP, Pascual FP Biomechanical corneal response measurement after manula insertion of intrastromal rings in patients with keratoconus.
Intrastromal corneal ring segments implantation could be also a viable option for effective correction of post-DALK astigmatism [7].
A variable amount of stroma is left behind, therefore the interface between donor and recipient is intrastromal. Stroma to stroma interface may impede visual acuity by optical interference.
A Novel Tectonic Keratoplasty with Femtosecond Laser Intrastromal Lenticule for Corneal Ulcer and Perforation.
Additionally, small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) procedure using femtosecond laser to create an intrastromal lenticule is done for refractive surgery [144].
reported in an experimental cornea rabbit model with intrastromal inoculation of M.
A review of the available literature indicated that intrastromal colonization of P.
Staged intrastromal delivery of riboflavin with UVA cross-linking in advanced bullous keratopathy: laboratory investigation and first clinical case.
According to Avedroi, the Mosaic System has the potential for non-surgical improvement for low myopia with a procedure called PiXL (Photorefractive Intrastromal Cross-linking).
For the diagnosis of ICN, our results and a review of the literature show that there is a slightly more intraepithelial component than intrastromal nevomelanocytes.
(x) Inhibited corneal neovascularization; corneal blood vessels were induced by intrastromal implantation of pellets containing bFGF [71].