Cornea guttata

Specialty of Ophthalmology

Cornea guttata is an ocular pathology that is characterised by the appearance of droplet-like protrusions in the cornea. A lesion in the cornea, which is the main part of the eye for a clear view of the objects, it causes loss of visual acuity. It is a condition that worsens over time and for which, except in very advanced cases, treatment is not necessary. When cornea guttata prevents patients from living a normal life, they can have a cornea transplant, which is a very common and simple procedure as it is not necessary to treat all the cornea but only that affected part.

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