Hello, how are you
I am sorry, I still cant find your response to my question on the cornea issue, nor could I find your qestions to answer, as you you require more info.
Good day, I am sorry, the answer is not satisfying. I know it is my cornra that is causing the vision. my question was, would a cornea transplant regain or imporove vision? how can I accept to undergo the operation without any hope of improvement. that is why I am seeking help and info from experts in rhe field?
many thanks and regatds
Yes Doctor, my mistake. I am sorry. Cornea scar is the problem. The lazy eye question comes in. How can I be sure lazy eye sydrom will not make the transplant operatsion useless in term of getting back my good vision.
Thanks. I was tested with two different equipment supposed to measure immages reaching the retina beyond the scar of the cornea. one dr said there will be improvement of at least 80% very encouraging the other said there will not be any improvement due to the fact the injury happened perhaps, before age of 7, which means the eye stopped development fully. and as a result the eye will not be able to recognize more than what it is recognising behind the scar, meaning removal of the scar and keeping it do not make any difference.
That is the confusion I am in. and trying to seek your help as where to go. Is the concept of lazy eye factor?