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Table 2 Summary of the Clinical Courses

From: Individualized penetrating keratoplasty using edge-trimmed glycerol-preserved donor corneas for perforated corneal ulcers

Patient Number Preoperative UCVA Postoperative UCVA Re-epithelialization Time (d) Transparency Recovery Time (mo) Complications and Treatments Follow-up Time (mo)
LK graft PK graft Short-term Long-term
1 HM/ 10 cm HM/ 20 cm 3 High IOP (2 days after surgery)/Anterior chamber irrigation 9
2 LP CF/ 30 cm 7 4 High IOP (2 days after surgery)/ Topical antiglaucoma medications Aggravation of Lens Opacification (3 months after surgery)/ No treatment 13
3 LP 0.06 5 0.5 3.5 Double anterior chamber (2 days after surgery)/ Strengthen the PK graft with more sutures 15
4 HM/ 20 cm 0.1 3 0.25 5 Double anterior chamber (2 days after surgery)/ Recovery with no treatment 15
5 HM/ 10 cm HM/ 40 cm 4 6 Aggravation of Lens Opacification (4 months after surgery)/ No treatment 16
6 CF/ 30 cm 0.08 4 0.5 4 Aggravation of Lens Opacification (3 months after surgery)/ No treatment 14
7 CF/ 30 cm 0.25 6 1 4 Micro-perforation (1.5 months after surgery)/ Conjunctival flap transplantation 13
8 LP 0.12 2 0.5 3 14
9 CF/ 40 cm 0.1 4 0.75 4 16
10 CF/ 30 cm 0.15 3 0.5 3.5 12
11 HM/ 10 cm CF/ 30 cm 5 0.75 4.5 10
12 LP 0.04 4 3 20
13 HM/ 30 cm 0.15 3 0.25 3 10
14 LP 0.04 4 0.5 5 17
  1. HM hand motion, CF counting finger, LP light perception, UCVA uncorrected visual acuity, IOP intraocular pressure