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VIDEO: New frontier of biocompatible corneal inlays for presbyopia

PARIS — At the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons meeting, Pavel Stodulka, MD, PhD, speaks about two new concepts in corneal reshaping inlays for presbyopia that have overcome the biocompatibility problems of previous corneal implants. The first, by the biotech company Allotex, is made of corneal donor tissue. The second, by the Swedish company LinkoCare, is made of a bioengineered material similar to human tissue.

PARIS — At the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons meeting, Pavel Stodulka, MD, PhD, speaks about two new concepts in corneal reshaping inlays for presbyopia that have overcome the biocompatibility problems of previous corneal implants. The first, by the biotech company Allotex, is made of corneal donor tissue. The second, by the Swedish company LinkoCare, is made of a bioengineered material similar to human tissue.

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