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Corneal Infections - What it is

A corneal infection is an infection of the transparent front part of the eyeball (the “cornea”) that allows light into the eye. Infections can be due to micro-organisms such as bacteria, fungus, parasites and viruses. Most corneal infections in Singapore are due to bacteria.

Corneal Infection due to bacteria- Eye Condition and Treatments SingHealth
Bacteria: Pseudomonas aeruginosa


Corneal Infection due to parasite Acanthamoeba - Eye Condition and Treatments SingHealth
Parasite : Acanthamoeba


Corneal Infection due to parasite Microsporidia - Eye Condition and Treatments SingHealth
Parasite: Microsporidia


Corneal Infections - Preparing for surgery

Corneal Infections - Post-surgery care

Corneal Infections - Other Information

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