Cornea

Cornea at Springfield Hospital

What is a cornea?

Your cornea is clear tissue, made up of layers of cells, at the front of your eyeball. A healthy cornea allows light to pass into your eye and helps light focus on your retina (the light-sensitive film at the back of the eye) so that you can see images.

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Related Treatments

Orthoptics

Orthoptics is the study of eye and vision problems including vision development, eye co-ordination, eye misalignment, and near-focussing issues.

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Retinal Detachment Surgery

Retinal detachment surgery seals retinal holes and reattaches your retina to the wall of your eye.

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Retina Disease

A retina disease affects the thin tissue lining the back of your eye that is responsible for your vision. It causes eyesight symptoms such as seeing flashes and floaters, blurred or distorted vision, side vision defects or vision loss.

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