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From: Clinical evidence of the pre-Descemets layer (Dua’s layer) in corneal pathology

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Slit-lamp diffuse and slit images of left cornea: 11 weeks post cataract surgery. (a) Corneal edema affecting predominantly the infero-temporal quadrant of the left cornea and covering more than half the pupillary area. The pupil is oval shaped. (b) Slit image shows considerable thickening of the stroma. Five months post cataract surgery. (c) The corneal edema shows some improvement as more than half the pupillary area is clear. (d) The slit image does not show much improvement in the stromal thickening.

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