The cornea is the clear, transparent, protective outer layer of the eye and protects the eye from dirt and germs. If the cornea is damaged by infection or disease, it can even lead to impairment of vision.

The different types of corneal diseases are: -
  • Infections- These include bacterial, fungal and viral
  • Trauma- These include mechanical, chemical and toxin related injuries
  • Dystrophies and degenerative corneal disorders
  • Autoimmune disorders -These include Wegener's disease, lupus and rheumatoid arthritis related corneal affection
  • Nutritional Deficiencies
  • Allergies
  • Growths - These include benign and malignant cancerous growths on the surface of the eye
  • Ectasia- thinning of the cornea
  • Stevens-Johnson syndrome - A rare inflammatory reaction.
Allergic Papillary reaction
Vernal Catarrh with Shield Ulcer
Bacterial Corneal Abscess
Fungal Corneal Abscess
Dematiaceous Fungal Abscess
Viral Keratitis
Corneal Dystrophy
Corneal Ectasia
Corneal Scar
Toxic Reaction
Chemical Burns


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