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What Terry learned was the backs of the baby's corneas were defective.
Pregnancy also can prompt eye complications, such as temporary swelling of the cornea, a condition that results from increased fluid in the body.
Read more: Las Vegas shooting: Candles flicker, moods shift as Strip copes with tragedy Bodies declared dead in the field often do not yield usable organs, but tissue and cornea donations may be harvested, doctors say.
Small amounts can irritate the skin or damage corneas, and in larger amounts could cause liver damage, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
A month ago, Gallinger had a procedure called a sclera tattoo, which involves injecting liquids or ink into a person's eye to stain the area around the cornea.
Terry decided to replace the inner layer of the cornea with tissue to reduce swelling and lift the fog, allowing the baby to see clearly for the first time in his young life.
Science has made great strides in reversing vision-limiting problems in the front of the eye — for example, removing cataracts and replacing scarred corneas.
No eye transplants — yet While doctors can transplant hearts, livers, kidneys and even corneas, because of the complexity of human eyes, so far no eye transplant has been attempted.
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Origin and Etymology of cornea
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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medical Definition of cornea
cornealplay \-əl\ adjective
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