Cornea and Corneal Diseases

The cornea is the eye's peripheral layer. It is the unmistakable, dome­shaped surface that covers the front of the eye. It assumes a vital job in centering your vision. In spite of the fact that the cornea may look clear and appear to need substance, it is an exceptionally composed tissue. In contrast to most tissues in the body, the cornea contains no veins to feed or secure it against contamination. Rather, the cornea gets its sustenance from tears and the watery silliness (a liquid in the front piece of the eye that lies behind the cornea).The cornea goes about as a hindrance against earth, germs, and different particles that can hurt the eye. The cornea imparts this defensive undertaking to the eyelids and eye attachments, tears, and the sclera (white piece of the eye). The cornea additionally assumes a key job in vision by helping center the light that comes into the eye. The cornea is in charge of 65­-75 per cent of the eye's all out centering power.
 
The cornea goes about as a boundary against soil, germs, and different particles that can hurt the eye. The cornea imparts this defensive errand to the eyelids and eye attachments, tears, and the sclera (white piece of the eye). The cornea additionally assumes a key job in vision by helping center the light that comes into the eye. The cornea is in charge of 65­-75 per cent of the eye's absolute centering power. The cornea and focal point of the eye are worked to concentrate light on the retina, which is the light-delicate tissue at the back of the eye. At the point when light strikes the cornea, it twists—or refracts—the approaching light onto the focal point. The focal point refocuses that light onto the retina, which begins the interpretation of light into vision. The retina changes over light into electrical driving forces that movement through the optic nerve to the cerebrum, which deciphers them as images. The refractive procedure the eye utilizes is like the manner in which a camera snaps a photo. The cornea and focal point in the eye go about as the camera focal point. The retina resembles the film (in more seasoned cameras), or the picture sensor (in computerized cameras). In the event that the picture isn't centered legitimately, the retina makes a hazy picture. The cornea likewise fills in as a channel that screens out harming bright (UV) light from the sun. Without this security, the focal point and the retina would be presented to damage from UV beams.
 
Corneal Transplant
 
Corneal Abrasions
 
Corneal Innervation
 
Corneal Collagen Cross-Linking
 
Synthetic Corneas
 
Penetrating Keratoplasty
 
Lattice Dystrophy
 
Fuchs’ Dystrophy
 
Map Dot Fingerprint Dystrophy