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 Cornea Sunburn?

Answer The cornea is the clear tissue that covers the iris to protect the deeper structure of the eye. The cells found in the corneal surface behave just like skin cells. Exposure to ultraviolet radiation... Read More »
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Top Q&A For: Cornea Sunburn

How can I stop unbearable sunburn itching Is hydrocortisone cream bad for sunburn?

For a quick fix before you do yourself any permanent injury, place an ice cube on the burn and move it around. The shock of the cold will stop the itch dead. Be warned though, this only works as lo... Read More »
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I have a cut in cornea?

He did temporary treatment so as to stop bleeding he would have called you back for check up so that he will come to know what is the exact problem.I would request you to go to eye hospital so that... Read More »
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Cornea Blisters?

The cornea is the clear, dome-shaped surface covering the front of the eye. This outermost layer can blister with tiny raised lesions. Blisters on the cornea can be painful but will usually heal wi... Read More »
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Cornea Injuries?

The cornea is the part of the eye that reflects images into our retina which, in turn, produces sight. Injuries to this part of the body can be particularly dangerous resulting in terrible repercu... Read More »
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