Corneal and External Diseases

\r\n The cornea is the clear exterior part of the eye that covers the iris, pupil, and foremost chamber.  Its straightforwardness enables light to go into the eye, through the understudy, point of convergence, and onto the retina at the back of the eye.  The cornea, with the front chamber and lens, refracts light-weight, with the tissue layer representing around 66% of the eye's combination optical force. Corneal diseases, as an example, membrane ulceration, animal tissue redness and Drug-induced epithelial keratitis, Corneal degeneration, repetitive corneal disintegration and totally different corneal issue will influence the cornea and finally prompt the external disease that might finally end up with perpetual vision defect.

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\r\n Some listed corneal diseases:

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\r\n 1. Corneal dystrophies

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\r\n 2. Corneal refractive surgery

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\r\n 3 Artificial Corneal Replacement

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\r\n 4. Corneal neuropathy

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\r\n 5. LASIK

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\r\n 6. UV corneal cross-linking

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\r\n 7. Corneal ulcer

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