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Corneal Oedema

Corneal Oedema - What it is

corneal oedema condition & treatments

The cornea is the front, transparent part of the eye. By remaining transparent, light can enter the eye and this enables us to see. When fluid accumulates within the cornea, this swelling (oedema) results in loss of transparency and clouding of the cornea which in turns affects our vision.

Corneal Oedema - How to prevent?

Corneal Oedema - Preparing for surgery

Corneal Oedema - Post-surgery care

Corneal Oedema - Other Information

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