A new machine for DSAEK

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Dr Alberto Villarrubia gives an overview of the new Artifical Anterior Chamber for the Amadeus II machine as a way to extract donor lamellae.

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Previously, the Moria ALTK manual microkeratome was the only machine available that could obtain homogenous posterior donor lamellae for this type of surgery. Two years ago, however, I began to use a new tool for this purpose: the Artificial Anterior Chamber for Amadeus II (AAC; Ziemer Group).

Assembling the equipment

The procedure step by step

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