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Can You Briefly Explain About Keratitis
The cornea is the clear tissue in front of the iris. Iris gives your eyes color. Keratitis is inflammation if cornea. Keratitis is caused by trauma (contact lens wear, dry eyes), degeneration, and infection. Contact lens wear is the most important risk factor for infectious keratitis. Herpes is a common cause of keratitis. Keratitis can be sight threatening. Keratitis ...Read more
Corneal breakdown: Keratitis is the general term for anything which causes the surface of the cornea (the window in front of the eye) to breakdown. The causes are many and include dryness, infection and congenital defects of the cornea. Keratitis is usually painful, causes eye redness, and disturbs the vision. See your ophthalmologist for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Ummm...: An uncommon disorder where the tear film of the eye is not normal, and the mucus in the tear film settles down on the cornea in the shape of little strings attached at the base, wiping to and fro with each blink. Caused by dry eye, some infections, ptosis. A nuisance more than a serious problem. Treatable with scraping, mucolytics, mild steroid drops, discontinuation of some drops. ...Read more
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