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Confocal Microscopy of Stellate Stromal Deposits in Two Cornea Grafts Treated with Moxifloxacin and Prednisolone Acetate
“Well-Behaved Women Seldom Make History”: The Advancement of Women in Ophthalmology
The Why and How of Cornea Donor Screening: A Review
Corneal Transplant, Not All the Rules Prevent Blindness
Ellen Heck, MT (ASCP) MA, CEBT, Merary Plata BS. RN, Valerie Corder BS. RN, and Dwight Cavanagh M.D. PhD
Disease transmission from infections and communicable diseases, is always a concern for those screening, recovering or distributing allograft tissue for transplantation.
This review article covers a cross section of publications that elucidate the transmissibility concerns for bacteria, fungi, prions, and viruses, as well as communicable diseases.