Corneal transplantation process
Is a surgical procedure to replace part of the cornea with corneal tissue.
The cornea is the transparent, dome-shaped surface of the eye that represents a large part of the eye's ability to concentrate.
Corneal transplantation can restore vision, reduce pain and improve damaged or damaged cornea.
Corneal transplantation is a success.
Why is this done?
Corneal transplantation is often used to restore vision in a person with damaged cornea.
Corneal transplantation may relieve pain or signs and other symptoms associated with corneal diseases.
A number of cases can be treated by corneal transplantation, including:
Corneal scarring, caused by infection or injury
Corneal ulcers, including those caused by infection
Complications arising from previous eye surgery