The cornea of the eye consists of various layers and protects the sensitive inner eye.

Diseases may result in a clouding of the cornea so that the eye is no longer able to absorb a sufficient amount of light.

The opportunities offered by modern cornea surgery, provide the patients with good prospects of success even for diseases which only a few years ago would have led to a considerable deterioration in vision.

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The primary aim of cross-linking in ophthalmology is the treatment of keratoconus which is a deformation or bulging of the cornea.

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Kerarings are intracorneal ring segments (ICRS) for treating irregular astigmatisms due to keratokonus or keratotorus (PMD).

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