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    Keratoconus: Thinking outside the cone

    Cases highlight various scenarios ranging from highly complex to simple


    Figure 8. This is the case of a 46-year-old baseball coach who was referred with a history of high myopia history in both eyes but presently had corneal scarring, conjunctival granuloma, and irregular astigmatism with unmeasurable refractive error in his right eye.  

    The patient had been examined by multiple specialists nationwide who suggested transplants and stem cell treatments. We planned a staged approach. 

    Figure 9

    Arun C. Gulani, MD
    Dr. Gulani is director of refractive surgery and chief, cornea & external disease, as well as assistant professor, department of ...

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