Origin of cornea
OTHER WORDS FROM corneacor·ne·al, adjectivemul·ti·cor·ne·al, adjectivepre·cor·ne·al, adjective
Words nearby cornea
How to use cornea in a sentence
Blood was pooling beneath her cornea, forming what is known as a hyphema.
What is possibly lovable about the cornea—or the iris or the retina for that matter?
Here is the proof: even as a whippersnapper, young Rand seemed to love the cornea.
It is the cornea—the last redoubt of virility and independence.
Untouched and untouchable, not surprisingly it was the cornea that the future Dr. Paul fell in love with.
Anatomical changes took place in the cornea, as evidenced by a white opacity.Poisons: Their Effects and Detection|Alexander Wynter Blyth
He was distinguished, also, as an oculist and aurist, and removed a particle of iron from the cornea by means of a magnet.An Epitome of the History of Medicine|Roswell Park
It is no more art to use the cornea and retina for the reception of an image, than to use a lens and a piece of silvered paper.The Stones of Venice, Volume III (of 3)|John Ruskin
Make an incision through the upper quadrant of the cornea into the anterior chamber by means of a triangular keratome.
Without removing the needle from the cornea attach the syringe and make the injection into the anterior chamber.