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Cut in the eye across the pupil caused by glass. Vision of a halo over the light, less pain. Will cornea heal in time?

i have a cut in my eye that was caused by glass,i had perfect vision,when i look at a light with my right eye i see like a halo over the light,my left eye is good but i thought this would heal there is less pain now but will it ever heal, i have glasses to fix back the vision on the right eye.the cut is a straight cut in a diagnol position goin straight across the pupil but the pupil isnt damage will the cornea heal its been some time now and its rely disturbbing ii think it is deep as the endothelium layer of the cornea,.will it heal in time or will it scare for life
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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Hi, you had nearly full thickness corneal injury,perforation has not occured as you say that pupil is spared.In this situation Your lens and posterior segment should be normal,this could be confirmed by getting Ultrasound of the eye,however if your eye is quiet i.e. ulcer has healed then your vision can be imroved by contact lenses instead of glasses.Ideal treatment for this is Kertoplasty(Replacing the diseased cornea by donated normal cornea).
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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