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DMEK: course on Corneal Endothelium Transplant

September 2015 – Barcelona. Doctor Badalà is organizing a course on DMEK (Descemet Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty – Corneal endothelium transplant), the new non-invasive technique of corneal transplant, which is becoming very popular because of the very low rejection rate and the extremely fast visual recovery. The course will be held […]

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Corneal Endothelium Transplant – DSAEK o DMEK

Corneal endothelium transplant is becoming the more widespread kind of transplant. It is performed in case of corneal edema caused by cornea guttata or bullous keratopathy. This transplant consists in the replacement of the only damaged inner layer (endothelium), instead of the whole cornea. The biggest advantage of the corneal […]

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DMEK: the new endothelium corneal transplant

From the USA arrives the new corneal non-invasive transplant, it is a huge innovation in the cure of corneal pathologies because it has a very short recovery time and it seems to remove risks linked with corneal transplant. The new treatment, called DMEK (Descemet Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty), is indicated for […]

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DMEK Corneal Transplant: Milan, Barcelona, Copenhagen

DMEK, the new non-invasive corneal transplant, is becoming more and more popular. The new corneal endothelium transplant named DMEK (Descemet Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty) is spreading because of the fast visual recovery (around 1-2 months) and minimal postoperative discomfort. Dr. Badalà organized a course teaching the new DMEK corneal transplant during […]

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DMEK: a New Frontier in Corneal Transplant

November 2015 – Las Vegas DMEK (Descemet Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty) – Corneal Endothelium Transplant: all the latest innovations will be presented at the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) meeting in Las Vegas. Worldwide experts will discuss their experience on DMEK. Dr. Badalà has been invited to share his experience on […]

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Gianna Lo Castro

A few years ago I discovered I had a quite rare disease called “Fuchs’ dystrophy,” which affects the cornea. I had troubles driving and was always seeing through the fog. The fog was getting worse and worse, making it difficult to distinguish different objects. I had great difficulty, even to […]

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