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Anterior Lamellar Corneal Transplant or DALK

The latest news in corneal transplant for keratoconus is the anterior lamellar corneal transplant (DALK). This transplant consists in replacing the anterior portion of the corneal tissue (stroma). It is suggested in case of: keratoconus (for cornea that have no damages in the Descernet membrane) superficial corneal scars, caused by […]

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Anterior Lamellar Corneal Transplant – DALK

The latest news in corneal transplant for keratoconus is the anterior lamellar corneal transplant (DALK). This transplant consists in replacing the anterior portion of the corneal tissue (stroma). It is suggested in case of: keratoconus (for cornea that have no damages in the Descernet membrane) superficial corneal scars caused by […]

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Safe and effective corneal transplant: DALK

Replacing damaged cornea respecting the eye anatomy as much as possible.. This is the goal of a new transplant methodology: Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty -DALK. , explain Dr. Federico Badalà , ophthalmologist that introduced this methodology in the Ophthalmic Hospital in Milan, after learning it in the United States where he […]

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