Archive for July 2022

Irregular Corneas

I recently learned that there may be something coming out soon to help us with cataract surgery in irregular corneas, which is very exciting! But wait… what is an irregular cornea? It’s actually a little bit harder to explain that I thought it would be, because there are different patterns of regularity. The cornea is,…

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I have mentioned it before in my blog, but neovascularization is such a big problem when it happens that I can’t keep my mouth shut about it. The word is a combination of “neo” (meaning “new”) and “vascularization” (meaning growth of blood vessels). One of the major complications of diseases of the eye, especially retinal…

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Lens of the Eye?

There is a part of our eyes called the lens, which, seemingly appropriately, people commonly believe is responsible for focusing light coming into the eye onto the retina. However, having done a cornea fellowship, I would be remiss if I did not point out that more of the focusing of light coming into the eye…

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