What is it?
Keratoconus is an eye condition where the front layer of the eye (the cornea) thins, which causes it to become shaped like a cone rather than round. It usually starts in adolescence and gets worse until the early 20s. Maori and Pacific Island populations are at a higher risk, as are those with allergy or a family history of the condition.
What does it do?
The changing shape of the cornea causes vision to become blurry. In early keratoconus a ...Continue Reading → Share