Document Type

Article

Department

Ophthalmology

Abstract

The case of a 40-year-old-man who presented to our clinic with bilateral blindness as a consequence of bomb blast injuries is reported. He had a completely opaque cornea, partially damaged posterior segment and perception of light in the right eye, while a clear cornea, totally damaged posterior segment and no light perception in the fellow eye. His corneas were successfully swapped which gave him navigational vision.

Publication

Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association

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Ophthalmology Commons

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