corneosclera

corneosclera

 [kor″ne-o-skle´rah]
the cornea and sclera regarded as one organ.
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cor·ne·o·scler·a

(kōr'nē-ō-sklēr'ă),
The combined cornea and sclera when considered as forming the external coat of the eyeball.
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cor·ne·o·scle·ra

(kōr'nē-ō-skler'ă)
The combined cornea and sclera when considered as forming the external coat of the eyeball.
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Wound location was also assessed and classified into 3 groups: cornea, sclera and corneosclera, the last which indicated a wound involving both the cornea and sclera.
Keywords: Conjunctiva; corneosclera; dermoid cyst; limbus; keratectomy; microphthalmia
Corneosclera (C-ScCLs) and scleral contact lenses (SsCLs) (mini or large scleral) are made using high oxygen-permeable materials [115].
The employed surgical technique for the muscle recession and myoplasties was the divulsion of the bulbar conjunctiva from the corneosclera limbus between 11 and 14 hours of a clock, identification and isolation of the dorsal rectus muscle, resection close to its scleral insertion and myoscleral suture with Vicryl 6-0 (Vicryl 6-0 (J544G)- Poliglactina 910-Ethicon--Sao Jose dos Campos, SP, Brasil) (Figure 1) (PARKS, 1983).