Flap

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Automated Lamellar Keratoplasty
... to ALK uses a device called a microkeratome to separate a thin layer of the cornea and create a flap ... The flap is then folded back, and the microkeratome removes a thin disc of corneal stroma below ... The surgeon then places the flap back into position ...
Automated Lamellar Keratoplasty - Procedure
... The microkeratome then makes a small incomplete flap across the cornea by cutting across it ... While still attached at one side, the corneal flap is folded back to reveal a sub layer of cornea ... After the power cut, the corneal flap is laid back over the eye where it reattaches ...
Lateral Flap
... A lateral flap is a family of consonantal sounds, used in some spoken languages ... There are four attested or claimed lateral flaps in the world's languages The alveolar lateral flap ɺ is quite common ... A retroflex lateral flap  is found in Pashtun and the Iwaidjan languages of Australia ...
Laminoplasty
... on one side and merely cutting a groove on the other) and then "swinging" the freed flap of bone open thus relieving the pressure on the spinal cord ... process may be removed to allow the lamina bone flap to be swung open ... The bone flap is then propped open using small wedges or pieces of bone such that the enlarged spinal canal will remain in place ...
Flap - Other
5-lipoxygenase activating protein (FLAP) brouhaha, a general state of social agitation flap (aircraft), a hinged surface on the trailing edge of an airplane ...

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