Incomplete visual rehabilitation may be identified after DMEK

The causes of incomplete visual rehabilitation after Descemet’s membrane endothelial keratoplasty can usually be identified, contrary to the undefined low visual outcomes that may be associated with other endothelial keratoplasty methods, a study found.“This may suggest that the apposition of an isolated [Descemet’s membrane] onto the recipient posterior stroma most probably provides the best optical performance of a transplanted cornea today,” the study authors said.

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