for the patients no suitable for traditional

GoodTaste

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Should "for the patients no suitable for traditional" be "for the patients not suitable for traditional operations"?

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Corneal transplantation is an ophthalmology treatment
technique for corneaI disease to heIP reStore vision or
control the development of corneal diseases by removing
a scarred or damaged host cornea and replacing it with a
clear and healthy donor cornea.TraditionaI corneal
transDIantatiOn includes penetrating keratoplasty and
lamellar keratoplasty.In recent ten years,deep lamellar
keratoplasty and endothelial keratoplasty have gradually
developed. At present,the development of
keratoprosthesis provides a new choice for the patients no
suitable for traditional.The review describes current
surgical techniques in the field of corneal transDlantation
about indications,postoperative complications, and
so on.

Source (A paper in Chinese. The above is its abstract).
 

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Yes, the original phrase does not make sense. There are other typos and mistakes in the text.
 

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The use of I for l at some points suggests it could be a display issue.
 

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The use of I for l at some points suggests it could be a display issue.

Yes. They are normal in PDF files and when I copied and pasted here they got screwed in displaying. Too many of them and I was too lazy to correct them all.
 

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It's not a display issue, it's unsuccessful optical character recognition. Somewhere along the line someone scanned the text or captured a screenshot and subjected the result to OCR.
 

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Yes. They are normal in PDF files and when I copied and pasted here they got screwed in displaying. Too many of them and I was too lazy to correct them all.

Try the right-click paste as plain text option.
 
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