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Article
November 1969

Quantifying Epithelial Healing of the Cornea in Vivo

Author Affiliations

Columbus, Ohio
From the departments of physiological optics (Dr. Hill) and ophthalmology (Dr. Keates), Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

Arch Ophthalmol. 1969;82(5):675-680. doi:10.1001/archopht.1969.00990020669016
Abstract

A polarographic technique for quantifying topographically the activity within and adjacent to an epithelial lesion is described. Control values for oxygen flux across the normal tear-epithelial interface, flux values across a standard wound interface, and the longitudinal healing course for such a wound, quantified polarographically, are given.

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Schwartz, B., and Feller, M.R.:  Temperature Gradients in the Rabbit Eye , Invest Ophthal 1:513-521 ( (Aug) ) 1962.
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