Pellucid marginal degeneration

What is Pellucid marginal degeneration?

Pellucid Marginal Degeneration (PMD) is a noninflammatory, nonhereditary cause of corneal ectasia with bilateral, clear, inferior (typically 4 o’clock to 8 o’clock), peripheral corneal thinning.

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Hi I was been diagonsed for Keratoconus whenI was 14 years old, later I was suggested to wear RGP lenses to correct my vision. But as time changed...

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It seems from the history that you are having advanced keratoconus and you have been treated with contact lenses, C3R, Intacs...
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sir what are the symptoms of kerato conus

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In Keratoconus there is degeneration of the layers of the cornea causing protrusion of the cornea forward in a conical...

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would like to know is there any solution for keratoconus problem, Are there any lenses in the market for this ?

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