Keratoconus and cornea


Keratoconus is a conical dystrophy of the cornea of unknown origin, charactarized by a protrusion of the lower part of the cornea. It is not bound to any inflammatory process and shows up during the adolescence

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A pterygium is a flat swelling composed of connective tissue on the conjunctiva that grows over the cornea, causing impaired vision. A pterygium is usually found on the nasal side of the eye.

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Corneal transplantation

Corneal transplantation (keratoplasty) is the most successful of all tissue or organ transplants.

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