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Hello, my mother is 67 years old and she has just returned from the cataract removal. Everything is fine with her eyes and vision now, but I have heard that there might be some additional problems, due to that procedure. And that bullous keratopathy might occur, which is dealt with stormal puncture. Is that dangerous?

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First of all, you should not worry about something that has not happened yet and it is questionable if it will happen at all. But if BK affects your mother, there are some other options, not only the puncture. That procedure is used only with those patients who have serious BK symptoms and were not the candidates for keratoplasty.
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