Can you donate your cornea to your son?
No. Corneas are needed for a healthy life. If you want to donate them you can donate your body to science/hospital.
No, it is not possible to do an eye transplant, because we are unable to splice together the optic nerve. However, it is possible to donate part of an eye, the cornea.
In the uk when someone dies they have the option to donate their organs including corneas to people who are still alive
Only if you are a match in blood type.
well when you get an eye transplant they donate the cornea witch they conect the nerves and all the wee things in your eye and then it gives you your sight :) hope i helped :p
what is the cornea and what does it do
As far as I'm aware the most usual part of the eye required and used from donars is the cornea. The clear part at the front of the eye that is in front of your pupil & iris.
the cornea is the coloured part of the eye
inflammation of the cornea with a bacteria!
Merrill Grayson has written: 'Manual of diseases of the cornea' -- subject(s): Cornea, Diseases 'Diseases of the cornea' -- subject(s): Cornea, Diseases
Bowman's layer overlies the cornea.
cornea and the camera have both lens
The cornea and iris are parts of the eye.
Ilie Cornea died in 1987.
Ovidiu Cornea was born in 1980.
Doina Cornea was born in 1929.
Dimitrie Cornea died in 1884.
Dimitrie Cornea was born in 1816.
The sclera is double the thickness of the cornea. The center of the cornea is thinnest, followed by the periphery, then sclera.
Between the Cornea and the Iris is the Aqeous Humor.
The cornea is the outer part that protects the eye
dark spots around the cornea in eye
The aspherical distortion of light through the cornea is called an astigmatism. It is caused by having an uneven cornea.
The cornea is clear because you have to see through it so it is clear!
Cornel Cornea was born on 1981-07-28.
A cornea is a transparent material that lets light in the eye and out of the eye.
The fluid behind the cornea is known as the vitreous humor
Keratoscleritis is inflammation of the sclera and cornea.
Keratotomy is surgical incision into the cornea.
Keratoiritis is inflammation of the cornea and iris.
No, The cornea protects the front of the eye sheath
The cornea is avascular because it must be basically transparent in order to function.
The iris and the pupil are located between the cornea and the lens.
Keratomalacia is abnormal softening of the cornea.
Keratocentesis is surgical puncture of the cornea.
Keratopathy is a general term meaning disorder of the cornea.
Keratoconus is a disease of the eye that effects the cornea. Usually the structure of the cornea is what is effected the most.
A cornea which is flatter centrally than in the periphery, as is often seen after refractive surgery.
Keratoplasty means surgical repair of the cornea.
Oxygen first dissolves in the tears and then diffuses throughout the cornea to keep it healthy
The cornea can be described as a part of the eye. It is transparent and is located in the front part of the eye.
The cornea refracts incoming light gays so that they converge toward the retina
The cornea is the tissue that covers the pupil and iris. It is what a contact lens covers on the eyeball.
cornea mean the transparent front part of the eye iris and the pupil.
1.376 for cornea，1.336 for aqueous humour
Corneal Transplantation means to replace a diseased cornea to donated cornea or its tissues.
Andrei Cornea has written: 'Penumbra' -- subject(s): Philosophy
The cornea is convex. Remember that conCAVE curves in the way - like a cave. The cornea is convex as it helps the rays of light to converge (come together). Hope that helps!