Eye floaters & Corneal Ulcers

At some point in their lives, many people see what looks like small dots of dust or thin threads wandering across their vision and also notice, that blinking does not get rid of the dots or threads. And when the eye moves, the dots or threads move too.

A corneal ulcer is a disease with an open sore or epithelial defect with underlying inflammation on the cornea, which is the clear structure in the front of the eye. The cornea overlies the iris the colored part of the eye. And this is separated from the iris by the fluid in the anterior chamber of the eye. It looks like gray to the white opaque or translucent area on the normally clear and transparent cornea.

 

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