EyeWiki:Featured article/June 01, 2019
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Interface fluid syndrome is a rare, but vision-threatening postoperative complication of LASIK surgery characterized by fluid collection in the flap interface that was first described by Lyle and Jin. Other common nomenclature for IFS includes pressure-induced stromal keratitis (PISK) and pressure-induced interface keratitis. It has also been noted in small incision lenticule (SMILE) surgery and lamellar keratoplasty.