Visual rehabilitation with keratoprosthesis after tenonplasty as the primary globe-saving procedure for severe ocular chemical injuries
Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology,  Clinical Article

Iyer G et al. – Tenonplasty has a globe–saving role in eyes with severe chemical injuries with associated scleral ischemia, by accelerating the healing process. Further on, these eyes can undergo visual rehabilitative procedures and the results highlight the feasibility of achieving a good functional outcome following anatomical stability.

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