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Corneal Dystrophy    
A  corneal dystrophy  (dis-truh-fee) is the gradual deteriorations of one or more layers of the  cornea , the dome-shaped, clear surface of the eye, located in front of the  iris . The cornea is the first surface light strikes on its way through the ocular structures to the retina, in the back of the eye. It is the primary refractive surface, which means it is responsible for most of the focusing of light entering the eye. There are over many different types of corn... Read More
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