Origin of cornea
Examples from the Web for corneal
Contemporary Examples of corneal
These resulted in trips to the ER for burns, corneal abrasions, and the odd amputation.Fireworks, Lightning, Riding Lawnmowers and Other Summer Menaces
July 9, 2013
Historical Examples of corneal
The corneal reflex may be abolished, and still the patient may move.Experiments on Animals
It is then divided as close to the corneal wound as possible.
It could have been a corneal tattoo, but somehow I doubted it.Modus Vivendi
Gordon Randall Garrett
The epidermic layer gives rise to the corneal lenses, the crystalline cones, and the pigment around the latter.
In all simple eyes the corneal lens is formed by a thickening of the cuticle.
noun plural -neas (-nɪəz) or -neae (-nɪˌiː)
Word Origin for cornea
late 14c., from Medieval Latin cornea tela "horny web or sheath," from Latin cornu (genitive cornus) "horn" (see horn (n.)). So called for its consistency. Related: Corneal.