This shows a successful stromal transplant that restored vision. Two years later, a drone hit the eye at full speed. If a full transplant had been performed, the eye would have exploded.
The image on the right shows a cataract which happened after the blunt injury. Cataracts can be fixed, an exploded eyeball can’t.
This lady suffers granular dystrophy, with white spots filling the cornea blurring vision. This is what the eye looks like at 2 weeks after stromal transplantation, which cleared up her vision.
Distortion of the pupil by an old style anterior chamber lens. This was removed and corrected by stitching a new lens in the correct position and centration of pupil to restore vision