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The ingrowth of epithelium after trauma in the remote period after LASIK

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First Author: R.Sadrutdinov RUSSIA

Co Author(s):    I. Bogush   V. Chernykh                 

Abstract Details


Showing the consequences of eye trauma after LASIK surgery and ways of resolving them.


Hospital Ac.S.N. Fyodorov Federal State Institution “Eye Microsurgery Complex” of the Ministry of Health of Russia, Novosibirsk branch”, address: 10 Kolhidskaya str., 630096, Novosibirsk, Russia.


In year 2006 LASIK ( microkeratome Moria LSK one, laser Technolas 217Z100). In 2012 scalp injury of the cornea followed by primary surgical treatment. In 2015 epithelium growing with a gradual decrease in vision. In 2017 removal of epithelial tissue from the subflap space (photo 1,2).


The operation was carried out successfully, maximum vision was obtained within 2 months after the reoperation.


In the long term after LASIK, damage of the corneal flap is possible. The tactics of reference do not differ from the recent conduct of LASIK.

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