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One pupil larger than the other but ophthalmologist says no problems other than mild corneal haze. Is differing pupil sizes not concerning?

One pupil larger than the other but ophthalmologist says no problems other than mild corneal haze. Is differing pupil sizes not concerning?

Differing size pupil: This can be a problem and should be evaluated by an ophthalmologist. Sometimes it is called an Adies pupil that is not serious. It is usually not associated with corneal haze. I am not sure why you have the haze but that should be addressed. ...Read more

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Cornea (Definition)

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Had an eye infection. Treated with tobradex. Now I have vision problems and doctor says it's a mild corneal haze. Will this resolve on its own?

Had an eye infection. Treated with tobradex. Now I have vision problems and doctor says it's a mild corneal haze. Will this resolve on its own?

Corneal: "Haze" is edema (swelling) of the cornea and is usually self limited HOWEVER YOU NEED to continue to have follow-up with a Board Certified Opthamologist until it resolves! Hope this helps Dr Z ...Read more

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Corneal scratch.What do I do?

Corneal scratch.What do I do?

See an eye doctor: Immediately or go to your local er. Without proper treatment, you could get a serious eye infection. ...Read more

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How do I know if I have a corneal tear?

Pain: A corneal tear or abrasion is very painful. The cornea has many nerve endings and when scratched or torn can be very painful. Corneal abrasions should be seen and treated as infections can develop that may lead to scarring and permanent vision loss. ...Read more

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How can they check the thickness of your corneal?

Pachymetry: Corneal thickness which plays a role in several diseases of the eye, is measured currently with device termed a pachymeter. This uses a timed pulse of ultrasound which reflects off the top and bottom layers of the cornea which then is computed for that time to produce a digital readout of the corneal thickness. ...Read more

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What are some alternate cures for clouding of the corneal lens?

Cornea v. lens: Clouding of the natural lens (cataract) can be surgically correct with removal of the clouded lens and substitution of an intraocular lens. A cloudy cornea, which has many possible causes, can frequenly be improved with certain medications or corneal surgery such as a corneal transplantation. ...Read more

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Does anyone have any experience with corneal rings? What do the rings do for people?

Alter eye power: Corneal rings are implanted arcs of plastic into the inner layers of the cornea. They cause a change in the refraction which neutralizes moderate degrees of myopia. They also have some use in moderate keratoconus to improve the vision and some feel to slow the progression. Your corneal specialist ophthalmologist can help with this. ...Read more

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What is a cornea?

What is a cornea?

The cornea is: The transparent layer forming the front of the eye. ...Read more

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Is the cornea at the back?

Front: The cornea is the window at the front of the eye which lets light in and provides a major portion of the focusing power. It also is the dome upon which contact lenses rest. ...Read more

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What exactly is the cornea?

What exactly is the cornea?

See below: It is the clear tissue in the front of the eye that helps focus light (along with the lens inside the eye) onto the retina (the back wall of the inside of the eye) that senses this light (image) and sends a signal to the brain via the optic nerve for the perception of sight. ...Read more

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What are corneal opacities?

What are corneal opacities?

Corneal opacities: Corneal opacities can be cause by anything that injuries the cornea or causes scarring of the cornea. Foreign bodies in the eye are common causes, late effects of severe trauma, various infections, certain congenital or genetic conditions. The image below shows you what one kind of opacity looks like. Do a google search under 'images' for corneal opacity and you will see lots. ...Read more

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What causes corneal rosacea?

What causes corneal rosacea?

The skin: It is ocular rosascea and it is associated with acne rosascea of the skin around the eyes. This is an autoimmune disease of unknown origin but ocular rosascea can usually be well controlled. ...Read more

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What are corneal flash burns?

What are corneal flash burns?

Welder's burns: These are ultraviolet light 'sunburns' of the cornea which all welder's know about. The pain of them starts 4-8 hours after exposure and can be quite severe but usually is gone within 24 hours as new corneal cells regenerate. This is why welder's wear those protective filtering masks. ...Read more

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How can the cornea bend light?

How can the cornea bend light?

Refraction: Light is bent when it passes from one medium of a certain density to another of a different density. In the case of the cornea, it is passing from air, through the clear cornea which acts like a lens, focusing the incoming light signficantly. It is further bent by the lens inside the eye and hopefully will focus perfectly on the retina at the back of the eye for best vision. ...Read more

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What happens if i move my cornea?

Cornes: Nothing. The cornea is firmly attached 360 degrees and takes a lot of punishment everyday. ...Read more

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I scratched my cornea. What do I do?

Saline & Patch: You can use Normal Saline eye drops (not visine) and cover the eye to llimit the use. If it is still painful in the morning, see your doctor. ...Read more

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How can you heal a corneal abraision?

Short time interval: A corneal abrasion is the loss of the overlying skin on the cornea, the window that lets light into the front of the eye. They are usually quite painful. Your ophthalmologist should see this, and may use eyedrops, a therapeutic contact lense and sometimes patching. Healing is usually rapid in 1-2 days unless there is a problem. Try not to treat this yourself. ...Read more

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How to get help for a cornea scratch?

How to get help for a cornea scratch?

Depends: This depends on the cause of the scratch. If it is still bothersome after a day or so then you should see your eye doctor. They will likely place you on drops to prevent infection , minimize dryness and and speed healing, these should heal reltively rapidly. ...Read more

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For how long does a ripped cornea heal?

2-7 days: Depending on the severity of the injury this will usually take between one day and one week. If the injury is severe it can take longer. ...Read more