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Eye Diseases

Keratoconus

keratoconus is a condition of the eye in which the structure of the cornea (the clear outer part of the eye)
is not strong enough to hold its round shape, causing it to bulge outwards like a cone.
 
Often, this condition is hereditary and occurs more frequently in people with certain medical problems.
Progression of the outward corneal bulging can happen very quickly or can occur over several years, though these changes can stop at any time.

How Will Keratoconus Affect My Vision?

Keratoconus will change vision in two ways:
 
  • Irregular astigmatism results as the smooth surface of the cornea becomes slightly wavy
  • Nearsightedness develops as the front of the cornea expand
Symptoms
  • Sudden change of vision in just one eye
  • Double vision in just one eye
  • Bright lights with halos around them
  • Light streaking
  • Seeing triple ghost images

 

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