Anterior Chamber Gas Bubbles During Femtosecond Laser Flap C
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The femtosecond laser photodisrupts the corneal stroma to generate plasma, displacing the surrounding tissue, which results in the formation of cavitation gas bubbles comprising carbon dioxide and water vapor.Cavitation gas bubbles can appear under the flap, in the pocket behind the hinge, in the episclera, or in the subepithelial space. Gas bubbles in the anterior chamber are an infrequent complication during flap creation with a femtosecond laser.We report 12 cases (14 eyes) in which anterior chamber gas bubbles were produced by the Wavelight FS-200 femtosecond laser during laser in situ keratomileusis.

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