Alan N. Carlson, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology and Chief of the Corneal and Refractive Surgery Service of the Duke Eye Center was inspired by the “Friends of Fuchs” organization and the feedback from his presentation was overwhelming.  In follow up, he shares the following video demonstrating his technique for Corneal Transplantation (using the DSEK, DSAEK technique) combined with cataract surgery and intraocular lens insertion.  This particular patient was considering retirement due to her poor vision and also because surgery is a significant part of her occupation.  She is now re-thinking that decision as her vision from her first eye is recovering remarkably well and her second eye sees 20/50 on the first day after surgery despite a residual bubble.  Key elements to the Carlson technique include wound construction that is sutureless enabling a more rapid recovery.  The two eyes are typically separated by a week apart.