Quiz: Corneal Transplantation
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Corneal transplantation (keratoplasty) is a common and highly successful type of transplantation. A scarred, severely painful, misshapen, or cloudy cornea can be replaced with a clear, healthy one. For which of the following conditions is corneal transplantation LEAST successful?

  • A.

    Bullous keratopathy (blister-like swelling of the cornea)

  • B.

    Certain corneal scars

  • C.

    Corneal damage due to chemical or radiation injury

  • D.

    Keratoconus (gradual change in the shape of the cornea that causes it to become irregular and cone-shaped), which worsens vision

Am I correct?