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Figure 1: A composite photograph of making a subconjunctival limbus oblique incision, ( a ) A paracentesis is made with a 15° blade, ( b ) The 3.0 mm keratome is placed parallel to the posterior sclera, 0.5 mm behind the conjunctival-limbal insertion, 90° to the right side of the paracentesis, ( c ) A 3.0 mm transconjunctival sclerocorneal tunnel is fashioned with a keratome, ( d ) The dissected pocket is extended temporally, ( e ) The pocket is extended nasally up to the limbus, ( f ) An inverted "L" conjunctival pocket with an opening of 5 mm is created

Figure 1: A composite photograph of making a subconjunctival limbus oblique incision, ( a ) A paracentesis is made with a 15° blade, ( b ) The 3.0 mm keratome is placed parallel to the posterior sclera, 0.5 mm behind the conjunctival-limbal insertion, 90° to the right side of the paracentesis, ( c ) A 3.0 mm transconjunctival sclerocorneal tunnel is fashioned with a keratome, ( d ) The dissected pocket is extended temporally, ( e ) The pocket is extended nasally up to the limbus, ( f ) An inverted