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Keratoconus is a degenerative eye disease that cause progressive thinning and distortion of the cornea.
Instead of creating a flap in the cornea, the surgeon loosens the cornea's thin protective cover (epithelium) with a special alcohol.
This occurs when your cornea or lens is curved more steeply in one direction than in another.
The result can be abrasions and ulcers on the cornea, which can threaten your vision.
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Most commonly, the surgeon creates a flap in the cornea and then raises it up before reshaping the cornea.
This occurs when your eyeball is shorter than normal or your cornea is curved too little.
Phoenix, AZ Areas of focus: Contact lens fitting, Cornea problems, Dry eyes Brigitte Keener, O.D.
Ophthalmologist Rochester, MN Areas of focus: Cornea problems, Cataract Rick E.
This can lead to a spasm of the eyelid muscles and a rolling of the edge of the lid inward against the cornea (spastic entropion).
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