The cornea is the clear, living tissue on the very front part of the eye. Light passes through the clear cornea on its path toward the retina in the back part of the eye. A healthy, clear cornea is necessary for perfectly clear vision.
A corneal transplant involves surgically removing the patient’s diseased cornea and replacing it with a donated corneal tissue. This improves the vision in conditions where blurring is due a corneal pathology generally after trauma, after infection and congenital or genetic corneal