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The exact statistics may not be available , but vision does not go away completely in recurrent corneal erosion
syndrome. As must have been explained to you , there is reduced adhesion between the layers of the cornea ( basement membrane of corneal epithelium
and underlying stroma
) and can be seen in corneal dystrophies
, in diabetic individuals, trauma. In those with corneal dystrophy , vision is usually not affected . Its treatment includes lubrication , debridement , soft bandage contact lenses
, and in severe cases superficial epithelial keratectomy or anterior stromal punctures can be done.
If you want to know causes of sudden painless loss of vision in one eye , then the common causes are central retinal artery or vein occlusion, vitreous
hemorrhage , retinal detachment
, optic neuritis
. But recurrent corneal erosion does not cause sudden loss of vision .
The treatment for recurrent corneal erosion is correct but if you have not been evaluated for the sudden loss of vision in one eye , then you must consult your ophthalmologist
for the same.
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