Cornea By:- Sohan Singh Eye Hospital Pvt Ltd

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    The front part of the eye that allows light to enter it and thereby lets us see is called the cornea. In diseases that involve the cornea such as corneal ulcers of infective origin, prompt diagnosis and management is vital to restore useful vision. Our hospital has an ophthalmic microbiology laboratory for this purpose on its premises. Corneal-Ulcer A cornea transplant, which replaces damaged tissue on the eye’s clear surface, also is referred to as a corneal transplant, keratoplasty, penetrating keratoplasty (PK) or corneal graft. A graft replaces central corneal tissue, damaged due to disease or injury, with healthy corneal tissue donated from a local eye bank. An unhealthy cornea affects your vision by scattering or distorting light and causing blurry or glary vision. A cornea transplant may be necessary to restore your functional vision. An unhealthy cornea affects your vision by scattering or distorting light and causing blurry or glary vision. A cornea transplant may be necessary to restore your functional vision. Cornea transplants are performed routinely in our hospital n fact, of all tissue transplants, the most successful is a corneal transplant.