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Keratoconus

An genetic disorder of the eye, in which the cornea (transparent front part of the eyeball) becomes slowly thinned and conical. The condition affects both eyes and often develops around puberty, giving rise to increasing myopia (short-sightedness) and progressive distortion of vision that cannot be completely corrected by use of glasses. Hard contact lenses make vision better in the early stages, but later is it usually necessary to perform a corneal graft to restore vision back to normal permanently.

 


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