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Corneal Transplantation

The cornea is a transparent dome-shaped layer in the front of the eye that focuses light through the eye to help you see. For clear vision, the cornea must be healthy, clear and smooth. A damaged or scarred cornea will result in hazy or blurry vision. Corneal transplantation is a procedure to replace an unhealthy, damaged cornea with a healthy corneal transplant from a deceased donor.

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