A member asked:

Supposing i have some visible veins in my eye due to corneal neovascularization, what can i do to make the veins go away?

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Dr. Tim Conrad answered

Specializes in Ophthalmology

CNV: Most cases of corneal neovascularization are not readily visible to the naked eye and are caused by poorly fitting or misused contact lenses. Your eye doctor can guide you in treatment.

Answered 12/18/2020



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