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Mayo Clinic doctors trained in the structure and function of the eye (ophthalmologists and optometrists) are experts in treating all types of vision and eye conditions. We hope you explore our website to find out more about our practice, our doctors and our specialized services. Naseri A, McLeod SD, Cataract surgery after refractive surgery, Curr Opin Ophthalmol, 2010;21:35–8. Each cornea undergoes a rigorous selection process that includes tests to ensure that the new cornea is free from hepatitis, AIDS, and other potentially infectious diseases.

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