Annular Amniotic Membrane Transplantation as a Host Incorporated Graft in the Management of Brown–McLean Syndrome


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Abstract

Purpose:To report the use of annular amniotic membrane transplantation as a host incorporated graft in the management of Brown–McLean syndrome.Methods:Case report.Results:An 87-year-old man underwent annular amniotic membrane transplantation with ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid chelation resulting in resolution of pain, irritation, and foreign body sensation, and resolution of recurrent peripheral epithelial defects.Conclusions:Annular amniotic membrane transplantation is a safe and effective treatment strategy for the management of Brown–McLean syndrome.

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