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132008
Technician at the Veneto Eye Bank Foundation in Venice, Italy preparing a cornea in liquid transport medium to be sent to the surgeon.
132007
Cornea in a petri dish at the Veneto Eye Bank Foundation in Venice, Italy. It will be viewed under an optic microscope at 100x to examine the stroma (the layer makes up most of thecornea's thickness) and to assess the cell density of its e ndothelium.
132006
Close-up of a cornea that has been excised from a donor eye,ready to be placed in culture, at the Veneto Eye Bank Found ation in Venice, Italy. The process takes place under a laminar flow hood, an enclosed bench designed to prevent contamination.
132005
Close-up of a cornea that has been excised from a donor eye,ready to be placed in culture. The process takes place unde r a laminar flow hood, an enclosed bench designed to preventcontamination.
132004
Close-up of a cornea being carefully excised from a donor eye before being placed in culture. The process takes place under a laminar flow hood, an enclosed bench designed to prevent contamination.
132003
Close-up of a cornea being carefully excised from a donor eye before being placed in culture. The process takes place under a laminar flow hood, an enclosed bench designed to prevent contamination.
132002
Close-up of a cornea being carefully excised from a donor eye before being placed in culture. The process takes place under a laminar flow hood, an enclosed bench designed to prevent contamination.
132001
Technician at the Veneto Eye Bank Foundation in Venice, Italy excising the cornea from a donor eye and placing it in culture. The process takes place under a laminar flow hood, an enclosed bench designed to prevent contamination.
132000
Technician at the Veneto Eye Bank Foundation in Venice, Italy isolating the sclera from a donor eye and carefully detaching the cornea.
131999
Close-up of an eye being processed soon after its arrival atthe Veneto Eye Bank Foundation in Venice, Italy, five hours after the death of the donor. The initial step in processin g takes just three minutes.
131998
Close-up of an eye being processed soon after its arrival atthe Veneto Eye Bank Foundation in Venice, Italy, five hours after the death of the donor. The initial step in processin g takes just three minutes.
131997
Technician at the Veneto Eye Bank Foundation in Venice, Italy preparing to use an optical microscope to isolate the sclera from an eye and assess the quality of the cornea. The process takes place under a laminar flow hood, an enclosed bench designed to prevent contamination.
131996
Right eyeball from a 69 year old man, between four and five hours after his death. The photo was taken at the Veneto EyeBank Foundation in Venice, Italy.
131995
Right eyeball from a 69 year old man, between four and five hours after his death. The photo was taken at the Veneto EyeBank Foundation in Venice, Italy.
131994
Close-up of the right eyeball from a 69 year old man in a vial, between four and five hours after his death. The photo was taken at the Veneto Eye Bank Foundation in Venice, Italy.
131993
Right eyeball from a 69 year old man in a vial, between fourand five hours after his death. The photo was taken at the Veneto Eye Bank Foundation in Venice, Italy.
131992
Close-up of a normal eye, showing the cornea, iris, and pupil.
131991
Close-up of a normal right eye.
131410
Close-up of vials containing donated eyes, between four and five hours after the donors died. The photo was taken at theVeneto Eye Bank Foundation in Venice, Italy.
131409
Bottles of culture liquid for use in preserving and transporting corneas.
131408
Workers at a laboratory in an eye bank.
131407
Technician working in the laboratory of an eye bank, seen between the arm and body of another person.
131405
Person holding the right eyeball from a 69 year old man, photographed between four and five hours after the donor's death. The photo was taken at the Veneto Eye Bank Foundation in Venice, Italy.
131404
Person holding labels to be placed on vials of corneas that indicate how they will be preserved.
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