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Case Report

Novel Use of Fibrin Glue in the Treatment of Conjunctivochalasis

Brodbaker, Elliott MD(2009); Bahar, Irit MD; Slomovic, Allan R MD, MA

Erratum

Erratum

In the article "Novel Use of Fibrin Glue in the Treatment of Conjunctivochalasis," which appeared in volume 27 of Cornea on pages 950-952, the corresponding author's e-mail address was printed incorrectly. The correct e-mail address is ebrod073@uottawa.ca.

Brodbaker E, Bahar I, Slomovic AR. Novel use of fibrin glue in the treatment of conjunctivochalasis. Cornea. 2008;27:950-952.

Cornea. 27(10):1170, December 2008.

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Abstract

Purpose: To report on the novel use of fibrin glue in the treatment of conjunctival resection for conjunctivochalasis.

Methods: A 78-year-old woman with bilateral, symptomatic conjunctivochalasis had a conjunctival resection by using fibrin glue, as a suture substitute, to attach the conjunctiva.

Results: The use of fibrin glue facilitated the surgical procedure, was well tolerated by the patient, and produced excellent results with relief of symptoms.

Conclusions: The use of fibrin glue during the conjunctival resection was effective in simplifying the procedure and theoretically decreased the risk of suture-related complications and the postoperative irritation related to the presence of sutures in situ.

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