The Cause Appears Spots On The Whites Of The Eyeball
I’ve been to an eye doctor. He said wounded. Distributed corneas have white color scars and not visible if you see the small writing. 2x checked no results. What’s the solution
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The appearance of vaginal discharge after injury to the cornea of the eye may be caused by scarring or scar tissue in the corena of the eye. Scar tissue in the cornea will usually form if the wound in the cornea is very deep, wound healing is not too good, or if the wound in the cornea is caused due to infection. Scarring in the cornea will usually not cause any symptoms (will not cause pain, red eyes, or other symptoms), but if it is located in the middle of the cornea, this scar tissue can block vision. Same with scar tissue in other places, will not be able to disappear or heal with drugs.
You should consult your ophthalmologist to find out what is the best treatment to get rid of the scar tissue in your cornea. Scar tissue in the cornea can be treated with actions such as scraping if superficial scarring (only on the surface), laser, or keratoplasty and corneal transplantation. These actions can only be done by an ophthalmologist, so you have no other choice but to return to control your ophthalmologist. You may also look for other ophthalmologists who may have more complete facilities to carry out these actions.
Given the current corona virus pandemic, you are advised to postpone the examination (due to a non-emergency corneal scarring case) until this pandemic ends.
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