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MedJet's HydroBrush keratome:

This article was originally published in Clinica

Executive Summary

The HydroBrush keratome for the removes epithelium from the cornea. This procedure is commonly done prior to vision correction and other surgery on the cornea. It removes the epithelium using a fine sheet of high speed water. The company plans to seek approval to market the device as a treatment for the removal of pterygium, a fleshy overgrowth on the anterior surface of the eye.






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