Ulcerated cornea/surgery on eye. What can I expect?

What surgery. This is definitely something that needs to be seen to determine the diagnosis and appropriate treatment. If the ulcer is so deep that there is a risk of penetrating the eye then a surgical procedure is necessary.

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