Abstract A simple histochemical technique permitted the development of a method of preservation of corneal tissue, and a large scale clinical trial was done in El Salvador, comparing fresh with living preserved tissue. Analysis of records of patients seen shortly after surgery, as well as those seen six months later, revealed that there were no significant differences between the results obtained with fresh tissue compared with those from frozen tissue, at either the short or the long time interval. References 1. Polge, C., and Lovelock, J.E.: Preservation of Bull Semen at −79° C , Vet Rec H2764:396-397, 1952. 2. Robbins, J.E.; Capella, J.A.; and Kaufman, H.E.: A Study of Endothelium in Keratoplasty and Corneal Preservation , Arch Ophthal 73:242, 1965.Crossref 3. Mueller, F.O.: Techniques For Full-Thickness Keratoplasty in Rabbits Using Fresh and Frozen Corneal Tissue , Brit J Ophthal 48:377, 1965.Crossref 4. Mueller, F.O.; Casey, T.A.; and Trevor-Roper, P.D.: Use of Deep-Frozen Human Cornea in Full-Thickness Grafts , Brit Med J 2:473-475, 1964.Crossref 5. Capella, J.A.; Kaufman, H.E.; and Robbins, J.E.: Preservation of Viable Corneal Tissue , Arch Ophthal 74:669-673, 1965.Crossref
Archives of Ophthalmology – American Medical Association
Published: Oct 1, 1966
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