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Figure 2: A 40-year-old female patient with an advanced pterygium. (a) The multiple heads of the pterygium on the nasal cornea. (b) The patient's eye 3 days after Separate limbal-conjunctival autograft transplantations harvested from the inferior conjunctiva (SLCATIC). (c) The illustration of the patient's eye 3 days after SLCATIC, showing the limbal autograft, the bulbar conjunctival autograft, the intermediate bare sclera between the two autografts, and the edge of the disposable soft contact lens. (d) The patient's eye 18 months after surgery. The eye is white, has no vascular invasion onto the cornea (success), and has no pseudopterygium formation at the donor site

Figure 2: A 40-year-old female patient with an advanced pterygium. (a) The multiple heads of the pterygium on the nasal cornea. (b) The patient's eye 3 days after Separate limbal-conjunctival autograft transplantations harvested from the inferior conjunctiva (SLCATIC). (c) The illustration of the patient's eye 3 days after SLCATIC, showing the limbal autograft, the bulbar conjunctival autograft, the intermediate bare sclera between the two autografts, and the edge of the disposable soft contact lens. (d) The patient's eye 18 months after surgery. The eye is white, has no vascular invasion onto the cornea (success), and has no pseudopterygium formation at the donor site