After 10 years in high school, her cornea became like this.

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 After 10 years in high school, her cornea became like this.


Recently, an ophthalmologist in Zhejiang Province saw an eye doctor send a circle of friends: Today, a young woman who was admitted by a senior doctor began wearing a beautiful cornea from high school, and her cornea suffered severe hypoxia for ten years. A serious drop in vision! New blood vessels grow into the cornea, and the new blood vessels in the left eye have climbed to the edge of the pupil. (the darker area in the center of the black eye is the only way for light to enter the eye to form vision) the cornea is cloudy and edema is misty. Most of the complications caused by these hypoxia are irreversible. Please cherish the cornea! (the normal person stays up late, the edge of the blood goes to the black eye bead stops, looks at the picture, the black bead also has the proliferation blood vessel, this is irreversible). A doctor at an ophthalmology hospital said last year that he had been diagnosed with a more than 20 year old woman who had worn more than ten years of contact lenses and often wore them overnight. After taking off his contact lenses, his eyes began to be afraid of light, tears, and invisible. After one or two days, the symptoms did not improve. After examining the doctor, it was found that there were also new blood vessels on the cornea, and there were corneal epithelial defects. The eyes were invisible like a layer of frosted glass. Light is through the cornea into the eye. The normal cornea should be completely transparent. Blood vessels should not climb to the cornea, and climbing to the edge of the cornea is not so great. Climbing into the middle will seriously affect vision, like a crack in a glass. Epithelial defects can make the transparent glass become frosted glass. The problem of corneal neovascularization can still be reversed by treatment. What is even more frightening is that if the epithelium of the cornea is damaged, bacteria and fungi will easily run into the cornea and become infected. Even if the infection is cured, it will leave a scar on the cornea. The scar is just like a block on the glass, and the area will never be seen. Source: urban express, responsible editor: Zhang Xianchao _NN9310 After examining the doctor, it was found that there were also new blood vessels on the cornea, and there were corneal epithelial defects. The eyes were invisible like a layer of frosted glass. Light is through the cornea into the eye. The normal cornea should be completely transparent. Blood vessels should not climb to the cornea, and climbing to the edge of the cornea is not so great. Climbing into the middle will seriously affect vision, like a crack in a glass. Epithelial defects can make the transparent glass become frosted glass. The problem of corneal neovascularization can still be reversed by treatment. What is even more frightening is that if the epithelium of the cornea is damaged, bacteria and fungi will easily run into the cornea and become infected. Even if the infection is cured, it will leave a scar on the cornea. The scar is just like a block on the glass, and the area will never be seen.