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Explanation: See references:
- Laterale Corneoscleral 6 mm-incision for Reduction of Against-the-Rule Astigmatism / von Josef Weindler; Carol Pesch; Konrad Hille; Klaus Wilhelm Ruprecht. - In: Eruopäisches Journal of Implant Refractive Surgery, 7 (1995), S. 244-246 - Laterale corneosclerale 6 mm-tunnelincision for reduction of astigmatism against the rule / von Josef Weindler; Konrad Hille; Carol Pesch; Klaus Wilhelm Ruprecht. - In: German journal of ophthalmology, 3 (1994), S. 311. - Laterale corneosclerale 6 mm-Tunnelinzision zur Reduktion eines Astigmatismus gegen die Regel / von Josef Weindler; Konrad Hille; Carol Pesch; Klaus Wilhelm Ruprecht. - In: Der Ophthalmologe, 91 (1994), S. 64.
Explanation: korneoskleral: (adj!) pertaining to cornea and sclera, corneoscleral, sclerocorneal
Probably there is a noun missing in your term as "Laterale" seems to be an adjective...
For further reference:
ENDOTHELIAL CELL LOSS AFTER PHACOEMULSIFICATION IN DEPENDENCE ... -
... be varied. A lateral corneoscleral section has been found to reduce the induced astigmatism in eyes with a preoperatively "against-the-rule" astigmatism. In ... www.dog.org/1998/e-abstract98/293.html
Maybe this fits?
Seems that the peer reference of above is not reliable, as this title is from German authors... though it seems to hint at the same description...