The selection and later relocation of specific areas of the in-vivo human corneal endothelium at relatively high magnification with a clinical specular microscope are demonstrated by case examples. Relocation of an area of the endothelium is greatly facilitated by the large field of view, the reduction of eye movement, and the presence of posterior corneal rings, induced by applanation of the cornea, which serve as a target system.
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