Origin of cornea
OTHER WORDS FROM corneacor·ne·al, adjectivemul·ti·cor·ne·al, adjectivepre·cor·ne·al, adjective
How to use cornea in a sentence
Because that’s what his opponents really should beware of, the recognition that starts in his corneas and cables to the brain, which in turn sends decoding back to his limbs to do all those far-fetched, breath-snatching things.Patrick Mahomes has unmatched physical gifts. His intellect might be what sets him apart.|Sally Jenkins|February 5, 2021|Washington Post
Light passes right through the cornea and into a transparent, flexible tissue called the lens.
These resulted in trips to the ER for burns, corneal abrasions, and the odd amputation.Fireworks, Lightning, Riding Lawnmowers and Other Summer Menaces|Trevor Butterworth|July 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It is then divided as close to the corneal wound as possible.
(iii) To evacuate the anterior chamber in bad corneal ulceration, especially when associated with hypopyon and tension.
The actual cautery is best for serpiginous corneal ulcers, carbolic acid being more satisfactory for those of the vesicular type.
The body and neck should be very carefully separated right up to the corneal margin by means of forceps and scissors.
(ii) Partial union is effected in cases of paralysis of the first division of the fifth nerve when corneal ulceration threatens.