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There is often a history of previous corneal injury ( corneal abrasion or ulcer ), but also may be due to corneal dystrophy or corneal disease. In other words, one may suffer from corneal erosions as a result of another disorder, such as map dot fingerprint disease . [ 1 ] [ edit ]

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Corneal abrasion print that page

Florecine

brittle and easily damaged by movement across the surface. [ edit ] Symptoms and signs Symptoms of corneal abrasion include pain, photophobia , a foreign-body sensation, excessive squinting, and a reflex production of tears . Signs include epithelial defects and edema , and often conjunctival

Keratoconus print that page

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function normally. Further progression of the disease may require surgery including intrastromal corneal ring segments , corneal collagen cross-linking, or corneal transplantation . However, despite the disease's unpredictable course, keratoconus can often be successfully managed with little

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Causes or reasons for corneal tattooing vary from patient to patient, but most patients receive treatment to alter the cosmetic appearance of their eyes due to disease or accident. Some patients also receive treatment for optical purposes, including decreasing a circumstantial glare within

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Corneal dystrophy print that page

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The distrophies could be subdivided based on specie affected: Corneal dystrophies in human Corneal dystrophies in dogs Corneal dystrophies in cats Corneal dystrophy in a dog Contents 1 Signs and symptoms 2 Pathophysiology 3 Classification 4 Treatment 5 Prognosis

LASIK print that page

US_Navy_070501-N-5319A-007_Capt._Joseph_Pasternak,_an_ophthalmology_surgeon_at_National_Naval_Medical_Center_Bethesda,_lines_up_the_laser_on_Marine_Corps_Lt._Col._Lawrence_Ryder%27s_eye_before_beginning_LASIK_IntraLase_surgery

patented in 1973 by Mani Lal Bhaumik in refractive surgeries. (RK is a procedure in which radial corneal cuts are made, typically using a micrometer diamond knife, and is completely different from LASIK). In 1968 at the Northrop Corporation Research and Technology Center of the University

Equine Recurrent Uveitis print that page

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keratitis and iridocyclitis . Other ocular problems may also occur, including conjunctival and corneal oedema , and aqueous flare . After an acute flare-up, there may be no clinical signs of disease for a prolonged period, which can vary from a few hours to a few years. When there are frequent

Corneal dystrophies in dogs print that page

Corneal_dystrophy_2

Suboptimal vision caused by corneal dystrophy usually requires surgical intervention in the form of corneal transplantation . Penetrating keratoplasty is commonly performed for extensive corneal dystrophy. Corneal dystrophy in dogs usually does not cause any problems and treatment is not

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Graves' disease is the most common cause of hyperthyroidism in children and adolescents, and usually presents itself during early adolescence. [ 2 ] It has a powerful hereditary component, affects up to 2% of the female population, and is between five and ten times as common in females as

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Hypopyon

This condition can occur as a single episode and subside with proper treatment or may take on a recurrent or chronic nature. Symptoms include red eye , injected conjunctiva , pain and decreased vision. Signs include dilated ciliary vessels , presence of cells and flare in the anterior chamber