Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pertaining to the cornea: as, corneal cells; corneal convexity; a corneal ulceration.

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  • adjective (Anat.) Pertaining to the cornea.

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to the cornea.

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  • adjective of or related to the cornea

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Examples

  • Corneal transplantation, known as corneal grafting or penetrating keratoplasty, represents a surgical procedure performed by ophthalmologists, that includes the replacement of a damaged or diseased cornea, the clear part of eye in front of the iris and pupil, with a donated corneal tissue, extracted from a deceased person.

    Cornea Transplants -Corneal Transplantation Surgical Proceedure

  • Corneal transplantation, known as corneal grafting or penetrating keratoplasty, represents a surgical procedure performed by ophthalmologists, that includes the replacement of a damaged or diseased cornea, the clear part of eye in front of the iris and pupil, with a donated corneal tissue, extracted from a deceased person.

    Cornea Transplants -Corneal Transplantation Surgical Proceedure

  • Keratoplasties, commonly known as corneal transplants, are some of the most extreme procedures to correct vision.

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  • Keratoplasties, commonly known as corneal transplants, are some of the most extreme procedures to correct vision.

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  • A corneal transplant, also known as a corneal graft, is a procedure that involves removal of the central portion of a diseased cornea, replacing it with a matched donor cornea.

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  • Usually the scratch is superficial, and this is called a corneal abrasion.

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  • "Over the next five years, we have 400 patients with diabetes who we will be testing on two sites - here at QUT and at the University of Manchester in England - who will receive this test, called corneal confocal microscopy, to see the value in tracking the condition in this way."

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • "Over the next five years, we have 400 patients with diabetes who we will be testing on two sites - here at QUT and at the University of Manchester in England - who will receive this test, called corneal confocal microscopy, to see the value in tracking the condition in this way."

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • J & J said residual levels of the acid can cause stinging, pain, redness, tearing and blurred vision when the lens is placed on the eye, but that more serious health consequences such as corneal ulcer are unlikely.

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  • Also, as he later blogged, he had some kind of corneal ulcer.

    November 2005

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