Keratopathy (corneal damage) & neovascularisation

Keratopathy (corneal damage) & neovascularisation

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Caption: Keratopathy and neovascularisation of cornea. Close-up of keratopathy (corneal damage) and neo- vascularisation (proliferation of blood vessels) in an eye due to a complication after cataract surgery. The keratopathy was caused by corneal ulceration following the cataract surgery. The iris is cloudy and the pupil is obscured. There is extensive neovascularision over the surface of the cornea and iris. This patient also had pus collec- ting in front of the iris behind the cornea (hypopyron).

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Keywords: condition, cornea, corneal, corneal ulcer, corneal vascularisation, disease, disorder, eye, eye disease, healthcare, iris, keratopathy, medical, medicine, neovascularisation, neovascularistion, ophthalmic, vascularisation

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