Study: Corneal Transplants Safe and Effective in Horses

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According to a retrospective study involving 206 horses, corneal transplants can successfully restore vision in horses with a variety of eye problems including melting ulcers, iris prolapsed, stromal abscesses, and in horses that were not responsive to medical management. The overall success rate was 88.5%.

Corneal transplants can be performed using corneas harvested from donor horses

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