PMID: 3676140Oct 1, 1987

Morphological changes in the human corneal epithelium associated with surgical corneal clouding

The British Journal of Ophthalmology
S HagueG M Thompson

Abstract

Light microscopy and electron microscopy were used to define morphological changes occurring in human corneal epithelium during surgery. No correlation was established between preoperative medication or peroperative fluids and corneal epithelial clouding. It is suggested that the changes we observed in relation to epithelial clouding were the direct result of disturbance to endothelial pump functions.

References

Jun 1, 1979·Archives of Ophthalmology·G N FoulksF I Tolentino
Dec 1, 1979·Archives of Ophthalmology·R C PruettD A Swann
Jun 1, 1973·The British Journal of Ophthalmology·R C Tripathi, A J Bron
Feb 1, 1984·American Journal of Ophthalmology·S M Mac RaeH F Edelhauser
Aug 1, 1981·Acta Ophthalmologica·M S Norn
Jan 1, 1980·American Journal of Ophthalmology·R SpencerC L Schepens

Citations

May 1, 1988·The British Journal of Ophthalmology·P J McDonnell, D J Spalton
Feb 1, 1988·Acta Ophthalmologica·A Midelfart

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