Is 'preconditioning' the cornea a new key to transplant success?


British and German scientists Dr Claus Cursiefen and his colleagues have reported that transplanted corneas are more likely to fail or be rejected in patients whose eyes exhibit abnormal vessel growth, called corneal neovascularization, before surgery.

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