Corneal Disorders and Treatment


Despite its fragility and sensitivity, the eye is a delicate and sensitive organ that functions in its own way to maintain normal vision.  Iris, pupil, and anterior chamber are covered by the cornea, which is transparent. A corneal ulceration, epithelial keratitis, drug-induced epithelial keratitis, corneal regeneration, recurrent corneal erosion, and other corneal disorders can disturb the cornea and eventually lead to peripheral eye disease that might lead to permanent blindness. Therefore, corneal disease is evaluated in order to mitigate it, and methods such as contact lenses & vision correction are used to fix vision-related problems. Surgical procedures such as corneal transplantation are used to restore vision. Light is focused on the retina by the cornea and the focal point of the eye. A corneal refraction occurs when light strikes it and it twists or refracts it onto the focal point. When light passes through the focal point, it is interpreted by the retina, which initiates vision. In the retina, light is transformed into electrical driving forces that travel along the optic nerve to the mind, which translates them into pictures.


  • Corneal ulceration
  • Corneal transplantation
  • Corneal anaplastology (prosthesis)
  • Corneal neovascularization
  • Corneal degeneration

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