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The test measures the amount of force needed to temporarily flatten a part of your cornea.
Astigmatism - Mayo Clinic Astigmatism Print Sections Astigmatism Astigmatism is a type of refractive error caused when either your cornea or lens has mismatched curves.
This medicine works by removing the extra cystine from the cornea.
Transplanting the cornea.
In farsightedness (hyperopia), your cornea doesn't refract light properly, so the point of focus falls behind the retina.
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Video: Keratoconus - Mayo Clinic Video: Keratoconus Sections Video: Keratoconus Show transcript Scleral contact lenses cover the white part of the eye and arch over the cornea.
Cenegermin-Bkbj (Ophthalmic Route) Description and Brand Names - Mayo Clinic Drugs and Supplements Cenegermin-Bkbj (Ophthalmic Route) Print Sections Description and Brand Names Before Using Proper Use Precautions Side Effects Description and Brand Na...
Eye pain Causes - Mayo Clinic Symptoms Eye pain Print Sections Basics Definition Causes When to see a doctor In-depth Resources Multimedia Causes By Mayo Clinic Staff Allergies Blepharitis (eyelid inflammation) Chalazion (a type of cyst on your eyeli...
Laser eye surgery - Mayo Clinic Print Overview Laser eye surgery reshapes the transparent dome-shaped structure in the front of your eye (cornea) to correct vision problems (refractive errors).
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