|Common Corneal Cases|
|Although the cornea has only four distinct layers, there
are a multitude of pathologists to test the candidates'
observation skills. In the examination, learn to give a differential diagnosis for each physical signs seen. The
most common pathologies seen are opacities (these may be caused by dystrophies, degeneration or drugs)
and structural abnormalities (such as keratoconus and marginal corneal ulcers)
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