Department of Cornea
Prof. Dr. Md. Shahidul Haque
Specialty - Chief Consultant & Professor Cataract & Cornea department
Degree - MBBS (DMC), DOMS, MPHExperience - 25 years
Dr. Mohammad Zafrul Hassan
Specialty - Glaucoma & Cornea (Associate Professor)
Degree - MBBS, FCPS Long term fellowship in Cornea, December, 2013. Long term fellowship in Glaucoma - February 2016Experience - 5 years
Dr. Nusrat Hossain
Specialty - N/A
Degree - MBBS, DO(BSMMU), Fellow cornea & Anterior SegmentExperience - N/A
The cornea is the transparent part of the eye that covers the front portion of the eye. It covers the pupil , iris, and anterior chamber. The cornea’s main function is to refract, or bend, light. The cornea is responsible for focusing most of the light that enters the eye.
The cornea is composed of proteins and cells. It does not contain blood vessels, unlike most of the tissues in the human body.
Symptoms of Corneal Disease:
- Blurred View or cloudy vision.
- Pain In eye.
- Sensitive on light.
- There is some other disease such as headache.
What is the treatmet for this?
The infection Can be treated with Various madicated eye drops.
How Can cornea be Damaged?
Eye surface can be seriously damaged in many ways, For example:
- Chronic Infection
- Chemical or Thermal injuries.
- New Tissue growth like tumors.
- Damage of eye sensoy nerves.
This problems can result serious damage to your eye surface that can cause vision loss.