Figure 3: (a) Superior-left. Image of the patient’s left eye by slit lamp, which shows the two implanted intracorneal rings, inferiorly embraced. The habit of scratching the patient probably mobilized within the channel rings. Three years after surgery the patient remains stable. (b) Superior-right. The same eye image where you can see the triangular profile of both rings implanted. (c) Inferior. By performing the anterior segment OCT-Visante, we can find the exact position of the rings. In this case the rings are located one above the other. Currently the patient carries contact lens to correct residual refractive error.