PK yields good surgical outcome in young patients with Peters’ anomaly

Penetrating keratoplasty produced a good surgical outcome in patients 5 years old and younger with Peters’ anomaly; however, the outcome was poor for those with sclerocornea, according to a study.The retrospective study included 18 patients who underwent 20 PK procedures; eight patients had Peters’ anomaly and 10 patients had sclerocornea.The mean patient age was 21.7 months at the time of surgery, and patients were followed for a mean 92.7 months.

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