total keratoplasty

to·tal ker·a·to·plas·ty

corneal transplant in which the entire cornea is removed and replaced.
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Thus, although it took three years for EK (DSAEK) to surpass PK, both EK techniques (DSAEK and DMEK) were successfully implemented, with EK accounting for 78.6% of the total keratoplasty procedures performed during the final year of our study (Figure 5).
Zirm, "Eine erfolgreiche totale keratoplastik (A successful total keratoplasty)," Refractive Corneal Surgery, vol.