Introduction To Corneal Diseases

Infections can be connected to the cornea (cornea) observed non-infectious inflammation, ulceration, mechanical damage and environment-related injuries. An infection (keratitis) often occurs with a secondary conjunctivitis and can be caused by viruses, bacteria, Acanthamoeba, or fungi. Ulceration is usually an expression of a progressive keratitis. Symptoms rather suggest a corneal involvement than a simple conjunctivitis include pain, especially when exposed to light, and decreased visual acuity. To assess the corneal…

September 3, 2018