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TitleMarginal Sterile Corneal Infiltrates After LASIK and Corneal Procedures
Author(s)Ambrósio Jr., Renato
Hallal, Ramon
Ramos, Isaac
Faria-Correia, Fernando
Issue date2018
CitationAmbrósio, R., Hallal, R., Ramos, I., & Faria-Correia, F. (2018). Marginal Sterile Corneal Infiltrates After LASIK and Corneal Procedures. In Management of Complications in Refractive Surgery (pp. 83-90). Springer, Cham.
Abstract(s)[Excerpt] Currently, there are three key techniques to correct refractive defects in the cornea: LASIK, PRK, and SMILE. Laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) remains as the first choice for the correction of refractive errors in the majority of patients [1]. Clinical advantages of LASIK over surface ablation techniques are related to the maintenance of an intact healthy epithelium over the central cornea after the lamellar cut is performed to expose the corneal stroma for laser ablation. [...]
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