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Figure 1: (a) Preoperative slit lamp photo of a case with grade T3, recurrent pterygium. (b) Blunt avulsion of the pterygium head (c) Application of mitomycin-C 0.04% under the conjunctival edges. (d) Meticulous dissection of conjunctival autograft from superotemporal conjunctiva. (e) Conjunctival autograft was attached to the sclera bed with fibrin glue and was secured with three 10-0 nylon sutures at the limbus. (f) Amniotic membrane transplantation was glued and cover the denuded cornea and the conjunctival autograft.

Figure 1: (a) Preoperative slit lamp photo of a case with grade T3, recurrent pterygium. (b) Blunt avulsion of the pterygium head (c) Application of mitomycin-C 0.04% under the conjunctival edges. (d) Meticulous dissection of conjunctival autograft from superotemporal conjunctiva. (e) Conjunctival autograft was attached to the sclera bed with fibrin glue and was secured with three 10-0 nylon sutures at the limbus. (f) Amniotic membrane transplantation was glued and cover the denuded cornea and the conjunctival autograft.