Corneal disease

Corneal disease occurs in 25% of patients who visit an ophthalmologist. Eye injury, keratitis, helcoma, keratoconus, corneal dystrophy (many other diseases can cause corneal damage resulting in reduced visual acuity.

One of the most common and definitive treatments of this pathology is keratoplasty. This is a surgical intervention, during which the affected part of the cornea replaces with a donor one. This method improves the transparency of the cornea and restores visual acuity.  Keratoplasty is most often used to restore defects and deformities of the cornea, severe dystrophic changes, severe burns and penetrating wounds, neoplasms, corneal ulcers, and keratitis of various etiologies, keratoconus, and keratoglobus

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