Corneal transplants help scientists discover new body part

06/12/2013 | LiveScience.com · Discovery

A team of scientists, including Harminder Dua of the University of Nottingham in the U.K., has discovered a new part of the human eye, called Dua's layer, after examining corneal transplants and grafts on eyes that were donated for research purposes. Scientists believe that the discovery will change the understanding of the human eye's anatomy and improve the safety of patients undergoing eye surgeries.

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