Corneal Surgery

There are a number of corneal conditions which can result in the need for surgical procedures. One of the most common is a condition known as Keratoconus, in which the cornea becomes progressively thinned and starts to bow forward just below its centre. Other conditions include various abnormalities of structure known as corneal dystrophies, or scars caused by infections (e.g. herpetic eye disease - herpes simplex keratitis - HSK) or trauma.

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