UIC-2016-027 Keratoprosthesis with flexible component for treatment of corneal blindness

A novelly designed flexible corneal keratoprosthesis implant. Faster surgery and less risk of choroidal hemorrhages. Smaller wound. No sutures. Eliminates need for carrier tissue: Less inflammation. Reduced long term complications. No corneal junction weak point. Cornea remains intact around the device. No leakage around the implant. Jonathan Gortat jgortat@otm.uic.edu (312) 413-1643

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