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|Title:||Low endothelial cell count and clear corneal grafts.|
|Authors:||Basak, Samar K|
|Citation:||Basak SK. Low endothelial cell count and clear corneal grafts. Indian Journal of Ophthalmology. 2004 Jun; 52(2): 151-3|
|Abstract:||Specular microscopic study on clear corneal grafts indicates that at times surprisingly low endothelial cell density can maintain the grafted cornea in a relatively dehydrated state. The critical limit of the endothelial cell count for corneal decompensation is thought to be 700 cells/mm2. This communication reports 13 cases of clear corneal graft with endothelial cell count below 700 cells/mm2.|
|Appears in Collections:||Indian Journal of Ophthalmology|
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