Published in Blood Weekly, October 16th, 1995
In several eye banks in Europe the preservation of donor corneas in organ culture at 37(degree)C is a commonly accepted method, noted Beatrice E. Frueh, M.D., and Matthias Bohnke, M.D., Ph.D., Department of Ophthalmology, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland ("Corneal Grafting of Donor Tissue Preserved for Longer than 4 Weeks in Organ-Culture Medium," Cornea, 1995;14(5):462-466).
Longer viability of the corneal endothelium is the number one advantage of...
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