The Corneal Diseases occurs as a result of genetic and environmental factors. The conical cornea is treated at the beginning with non-surgical methods available at the Saggaf Center for Ophthalmology, but advanced conditions require corneal transplantation..
Corneal transplantation is a surgical procedure in which damaged or damaged corneal cornea is replaced by a corneal tissue from a newly deceased person who does not suffer from known diseases and does not carry any factors that may adversely affect the donated tissue or the patient’s tissue. The cornea is a transparent tissue that is located in the front of the eye and covers the iris, the forehead and the front eye chamber.
If you are diagnosed with glaucoma, it is important to set a regular schedule of examinations with your eye doctor to monitor your condition and make sure that your prescribed treatment is effectively maintaining a safe eye pressure.
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