Cornea Disorders and Treatments

Eye diseases have the potential to lead to permanent blindness. Therefore, investigation into corneal diseases is conducted to prevent such outcomes. Methods such as contact lenses and vision correction are utilized to address vision-related issues, while surgical procedures like corneal transplantation are employed to replace damaged corneas. The cornea and lens of the eye work together to focus light onto the retina, the light-sensitive tissue located at the back of the eye. When light enters the cornea, it refracts or bends the incoming light towards the lens. The lens then further focuses this light onto the retina, initiating the translation of light into vision. Subsequently, the retina converts light into electrical impulses, which travel through the optic nerve to the brain for interpretation as images.

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