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Cornea November 7, 2023

Corneal Topography In Keratoconus

A Quest to Save Your Vision from Keratoconus
Keratoconus is a captivating condition in eye health, extending beyond blurred vision. This progressive eye disorder is about the cornea, the front transparent window of the eye. Keratoconus is forward bulging of the cornea.

Cornea April 29, 2019

What is a Cornea Transplant?

Normally, patients use the words ‘eye transplant’. However, like other organ or tissue transplant surgeries, an actual eye transplant is not possible yet. Even with the help of current modern tools and equipment, eye doctors cannot transplant the entire eye through surgery. It is not possible to remove the whole eye from an individual and transplant it into another patient to improve eye condition or vision.

Cornea April 26, 2019

LASIK Surgery: Types, Procedure and Outcomes

Common vision or eye-related problems include farsightedness, nearsightedness, astigmatism, and presbyopia. To correct such problems, ‘refractive surgery’ is carried out. The surgical eye procedure helps reduce dependence on contact lenses or eyeglasses. Today, several types of effective surgical procedures are available, but LASIK surgery is the most popular one.

Cornea April 25, 2019

Keratoconus Screening and Treatment

Keratoconus (kerato: Cornea; konos: Cone) is a Greek word. It is a multifactorial non-inflammatory, progressive disease with biomechanical, biochemical, genetic, and environmental pathophysiology. Keratoconus is characterized by a steepening and thinning of the central and paracentral cornea causing myopia and irregular astigmatism. This eye disease affects approximately 1/2000 people of all races and both sexes equally. The onset of this disease is during the second decade of life around puberty. Keratoconus is bilateral and asymmetric ectatic eye condition which progresses until life’s fourth decade.