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Chapter 1 advent to the issues of Corneal Graft Failure (pages 1–4): Barrie R. Jones
Chapter 2 medical styles of Corneal Graft Failure (pages 5–23): A. E. Maumenee
Chapter three Pathophysiology of Graft Failure (pages 25–41): Claes H. Dohlman
Chapter four the standard of Donor Corneas for Penetrating Keratoplasty (pages 43–56): Emil S. Sherrard
Chapter five difficulties of cellphone Survival After Freezing and Thawing with specific connection with the Cornea (pages 57–77): M. J. Ashwood?Smith
Chapter 6 Immunologically Privileged websites and Tissues (pages 79–104): C. F. Barker and R. E. Billingham
Chapter 7 Transplantation Immunobiology of the Cornea (pages 105–125): Arthur M. Silverstein and Ali A. Khodadoust
Chapter eight Corneal Graft Rejection: Clinico?Pathological Correlation (pages 127–150): Frank M. Polack
Chapter nine The Allograft Rejection response: The prime explanation for past due Failure of scientific Corneal Grafts (pages 151–167): Ali A. Khodadoust
Chapter 10 Recurrence of Host sickness within the Graft (pages 169–191): P. G. Watson
Chapter eleven The function of Corneal Vascularization in Human Corneal Graft Reactions (pages 193–208): Max effective and Mervyn Stein
Chapter 12 The position of Surgical components in Corneal Graft Failure (pages 209–220): Thomas E. Moore and Samuel B. Aronson
Chapter thirteen difficulties of Corneal Grafting in Herpetic Keratitis (pages 221–239): N. S. C. Rice and Barrie R. Jones
Chapter 14 The position of Steroids within the Prevention of Corneal Graft Failure (pages 241–255): A. E. Maumenee
Chapter 15 The organic foundation of Immunosuppression (pages 257–277): M. C. Berenbaum
Chapter sixteen a few medical difficulties of Immunosuppression (pages 279–291): D. B. Evans
Chapter 17 The impact of HL?A Compatibility at the destiny of Corneal Grafts (pages 293–306): D. C. Gibbs, J. R. Batchelor and T. A. Casey
Chapter 18 impact of Histocompatibility at the destiny of the Corneal Transplant (pages 307–322): Niels Ehlers and F. Kissmeyer?Nielsen
Chapter 19 problems within the Use of Tissue Typing for Corneal Grafting (pages 323–347): P. G. Watson and V. C. Joysey
Chapter 20 Summing up current wisdom and difficulties of Corneal Graft Failure (pages 349–354): Barrie R. Jones
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1970) Am. J . Ophthalmol. 69, 448 STANLEY, J. A. (1972) Water permeability of the human cornea. Arch. Ophthalmol. 87, 568 Corneal Graft Failure Editors by: RUTH PORTER and JULIE KNIGHT Copyright 0 1973 Ciba Foundation The quality of donor corneas for penetrating kera t oplasty EMIL S. SHERRARD Pocklington Eye Transpluntativn Rrsecrrch Unit, Institute of Ophthnlniology, London (Co-ordintitor - Professor Barrie R. Joncs) Abstrnct A review of the literature reveals a general recognition that changes occur in donor corneas during certain periods post mortein and that time limits for each period have been suggested.
This shows that occasionally one can go on grafting almost indefinitely as long as there is no secondary glaucoma and no history of chemical burn or dry eye. Brent: If I grafted skin in a mouse four or five times in exactly the same place, the chance of the graft healing-in satisfactorily would progressively decline as a result of scar formation. Does this not apply to corneal grafts? Dohlman: Healing-in of the graft is not a problem; whether the graft remains free of oedema is another matter. The prognosis probably worsens slightly with each additional graft.
41, 568-513 J. & POLACK, F. M. (1964) Histochemical changes in endothelium of corneas PERA-CARRILLO, stored in moist chambers. Arch. Ophthalmol. 72, 81 1-816 J. , CAPELLA, J. A. & KAUFMAN, H . E. (1965) A study of the endothelium in ROBBINS, keratoplasty and corneal preservation. Arch. Ophthalmol. 73, 242-247 54 DISCUSSION SCHAEFFER, E. M. (1963) Ultrastriictiiralchanges in moist chamber corneas. Invest. Ophth~rlmol. 2, 272-282 SHERRARD, E. S. (1973) Method of evaluating donor corneae for transplantation.