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corneal

 [kor´ne-al]
pertaining to the cornea.
corneal reflex a reflex action of the eye resulting in automatic closing of the eyelid when the cornea is stimulated. The corneal reflex can be elicited in a normal person by gently touching the cornea with a wisp of cotton. Absence of the corneal reflex indicates deep coma or injury of one of the nerves carrying the reflex arc.
corneal transplantation transplantation of a donor cornea into the eye of a recipient, done to improve the vision of patients with distorted curvature of the cornea (keratoconus) or corneal edema, infection, trauma, or intractable pain. Vision should improve beginning the day after surgery with optimal vision 6 to 12 months later. Because the cornea does not have a blood supply, corneal transplants were one of the earliest successful types of organ transplants. Called also keratoplasty.

cor·ne·al

(kōr'nē-ăl),
Relating to the cornea.

cor·ne·al

(kōr'nē-ăl)
Relating to the cornea.

corneal 

Pertaining to the cornea.
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Although recurrent corneal erosion syndrome is a well-known disorder of the corneal epithelium, research concerning the aetiology and best treatment is ongoing.
To be able to obtain relevant history when presented with cases of recurrent corneal erosion syndrome (Group 1.1.2)
To be able to use appropriate slit lamp methods to recognise the signs of recurrent corneal erosion syndrome (Group 3.1.2)
To be able to understand how different methods of slit lamp technique can be used to identify recurrent corneal erosion syndrome (Group 3.1.2)
To be able to understand the management approach for recurrent corneal erosion syndrome (Group 8.1.3)
Learning objectives To be able to understand the treatment and natural course of recurrent corneal erosion syndrome (Group 1.1.1) (Knowledge) To be able to assess cases of recurrent corneal erosion syndrome using appropriate techniques (Group 2.1.2) (Options)