Dr Soham Basak talks with us about his recent study into corneal re-graft surgeries in patients, mostly with infectious keratoconus, and how the findings of this study in India compares with the rest of the world. Future work could look into preventing the need for corneal re-graft surgery by reducing the number of infections occurring.
1. What was the background and rationale behind the study around corneal re-graft surgeries you presented at the meeting? (0:22)
2. What were the key findings? (0:58)
3. What are the next steps in this area of research over the coming years? (2:00)
4. What were the key highlights from this years meeting? (2:31)
Filmed at WOC 2018, Barcelona, Spain
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