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Correction
August 1, 2005

Error in Figure in: Histologic, Ultrastructural, and Immunofluorescent Evaluation of Human Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis Corneal Wounds

Arch Ophthalmol. 2005;123(8):1087. doi:10.1001/archopht.123.8.1087

Error in Figure. In the Clinical Sciences article by Dawson et al titled “Histologic, Ultrastructural, and Immunofluorescent Evaluation of Human Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis Corneal Wounds,” published in the June issue of the ARCHIVES (2005;123:741-756), an incorrect figure appeared as Figure 11 on page 751. The corrected Figure 11 is reprinted here. The ARCHIVES regrets the error.

Figure 11.
Immunofluorescence of a 5-year-old laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) corneal wound (arrows) showing type 1 collagen throughout the entire interface scar (A) and increased type 3 collagen at the wound margin only (B). Using the primary antibody for α smooth muscle actin, myofibroblasts were found in a 75-μm zone in the wound margin scar in a 4-month-old LASIK wound (C) and in first cell layer below the epithelial surface in a 3-year-old LASIK wound (D) (original magnification ×100).

Immunofluorescence of a 5-year-old laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) corneal wound (arrows) showing type 1 collagen throughout the entire interface scar (A) and increased type 3 collagen at the wound margin only (B). Using the primary antibody for α smooth muscle actin, myofibroblasts were found in a 75-μm zone in the wound margin scar in a 4-month-old LASIK wound (C) and in first cell layer below the epithelial surface in a 3-year-old LASIK wound (D) (original magnification ×100).

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