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From: Presumed stromal graft rejection after automated lamellar therapeutic keratoplasty: case report

Figure 1

Day 42 after surgery. A. Diffuse edema of lamellar graft was apparent, whereas there were no epithelial defects, keratic precipitates, or inflammation in anterior chamber. Gray-white granular opacities were observed in the graft bed, which were residual deposits of Avellino corneal dystrophy. B. High-magnification slit-lamp photograph demonstrated marked anterior stromal thickening (graft edema). In contrast, posterior half of corneal stroma, which was recipient bed, remained clear.

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