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What is a Corneal Opacity?

Description of the disease

Corneal opacity is a condition of the eye in which a dangerous area is formed on the cornea. This can lead to vision impairment and even loss of vision.


  • Corneal opacity can be congenital or acquired.
  • Acquired corneal opacity can be caused by injury, infection, or other diseases.


  • Blurred vision.
  • Feeling of discomfort in the eye.
  • Redness and inflammation of the eye.


The causes of corneal opacity may include injury, infection, congenital anomalies, or other diseases.


Diagnosis of corneal opacity is carried out through eye examination, as well as additional tests such as X-ray or magnetic resonance imaging.


Treatment of corneal opacity may include the use of medications, surgical intervention, or laser correction.


Prevention of corneal opacity includes protecting the eyes from injury, proper eye care, and timely seeking medical attention at the first signs of the disease.


Corneal opacity is treated by an ophthalmologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.