Normal Left Eye vs. Keratoconus - No Text

Normal Left Eye vs. Keratoconus – No Text

SKU: S06048

This exhibit compares the sagittal and lateral anatomy of a normal eye to an eye with advanced keratoconus. In a normal eye, the cornea is smooth, round, and slightly thicker at the periphery. Keratoconus is an idiopathic degenerative condition in which the cornea develops a conical shape and thins, with the thinnest portion being at the apex of the cone. This structural irregularity leads to refractive visual errors such as: blurred vision, nearsightedness, multiple "ghost" images, streaking distortion around lights, and visual coma (objects appearing to have a tail similar to a comet).

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    • 2250 x 3000 pxJPEG$500
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    • print(s) 8.5" x 11"Paper$10 Each
    • print(s) 11" x 17"Paper$20 Each
    • print(s) 20" x 30"Paper$100 Each
    • print(s) 30" x 40"Paper$150 Each
    • Mounted Prints (with lamination and edge moulding)
    • print(s) 20" x 30"Gatorfoam$300 Each
    • print(s) 30" x 40"Gatorfoam$350 Each
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