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A young male patient presented with high irregular astigmatism after previous dalk surgery for advanced keratoconus. He had poor uncorrected and best corrected visual acuity. The plan was to repeat the dalk procedure and remove the lamellar corneal tissue and replace it with new corneal tissue and optimize the corneal suturing to obtain regular corneal tissue with minimum astigmatism.
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