Table 1

Preoperative clinical characteristics and postoperative outcomes of patients with unilateral and total limbal stem cell deficiency following ocular surface burns who underwent simple limbal epithelial transplantation (SLET)

CaseAgeSexEyeAetiology of LSCDDuration (months)Prior ocular surgeryBaseline BCVASymble-pharonPEDConjunti-valisationFollow-up duration (months)Final outcomeFinal BCVA
121MOSBlast7AMGCF at 1 mYesNoYes11Success20/30
220MOSAlkali48AMGHMYesNoYes9Success20/200
320MODAlkali6AMGCF at 1 mNoNoYes12Success20/20
417MOSAlkali4AMGCF at 1 mNoNoYes8Success20/40
535FOSAlkali11AMGCF at 1 mYesYesYes7.5Success20/100
622MODAcid6AMGPLNoNoYes7.5Success20/30
  • AMG, amniotic membrane grafting; BCVA, best corrected visual acuity; CF, counting fingers; F, female; HM, hand motions; LSCD, limbal stem cell deficiency; M, male; OD, right eye; OS, left eye; PED, persistent epithelial defect; PL, perception of light.