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PHEMA artificial cornea

Summary Information: PHEMA artificial cornea

PHEMA artificial cornea: A PHEMA artificial cornea is a thin film of polyhydroxyethyl methacrylate (a hydrogel) used to replace a diseased cornea in a patient who is not a candidate for a cornea transplant from a human donor. An artificial cornea allows light to pass through the eye and restores vision.

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