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Title: The Australian Corneal Graft Registry 2004 annual report
Authors: Williams, Keryn Anne
Hornsby, Ngaere B
Bartlett, Christine Mary
Holland, Helene K
Esterman, Adrian Jeffrey
Coster, Douglas John
Keywords: Actuarial analysis
Corneal opacity
Corneal transplantation
Graft survival
Keratoconus
Organ preservation
Registries
Tissue donors
Issue Date: 20-Jun-2006
Series/Report no.: Annual Report
2004
Abstract: The Australian Corneal Graft Registry (ACGR) opened in May 1985 and has now been in operation for 18 years. In that time, we have collected data on over 14,000 corneal grafts. At the time of transplantation, we seek information on the recipient, the donor and the operative procedure. Follow-up then occurs at approximately yearly intervals for an indefinite period. Follow-up only ceases upon loss of the graft, or death or loss-to-follow-up of the patient. At each round of follow-up, we request information on graft and visual outcome, and upon relevant events and treatments. The data are entered into a database and checked for consistency. Descriptive, univariate and multivariate analyses are performed, and the report collated.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/1002
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