Keratoprosthesis

What is Keratoprosthesis?

Keratoprosthesis is a surgical procedure where a severly damaged or diseased cornea is replaced by Artificial cornea.

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I have had fluctutating vision since my cataract surgery over 18 months ago. Each day the vision is different- from very blurry (most of the time)...

doctor1 MD

Hello
It seems from the history that you have underwent cataract surgery and now you are having fluctuating blurring of vision.
The causes for...

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my uncle age 45 & lost the both Cornea in the age of 5 year by the chikan poks ilness, is it possable to see by Corneal Transplant Surgery ashwani...

doctor1 MD

The condition you are talking , what I can say corneal transplant may not help , as the eye size must have also shrunken , so a keratoprosthesis...

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sir i want 2 ask that my uncle eye is not working properly due to injury in bomb blast . sir several doctors have checked him and the treatment is...

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Hi, There is no treatment for permanent retinal damage.If retina is good then corneal transplant or keratoprosthesis can be tried for good vision....

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