Corneal Neurotization for Neurotrophic Keratitis
Brenton D. Finklea, MD, presents a technique for corneal neurotization in a complex case of neurotrophic keratitis. The patient presented with a nonhealing neurotrophic epithelial defect lasting several months despite multiple therapies. The corneal neurotization procedure provided an opportunity to reinnervate the cornea with healthy nerves and set the patient up for success with a future corneal transplant to restore vision.
Blood Flow in Corneal Scar
Leonardo Pimenta, MD, shares a unique visualization of blood flow to and from a corneal scar.
Subluxated IOL Rescue in Fuchs Dystrophy
Frederic Aissani, MD, presents a case of a patient with Fuchs dystrophy who experienced a subluxated IOL in his one eye 2 years after cataract surgery.