Corneal Opacity

Corneal Opacity

Service Type
Body
Corneal opacity is a disorder of the cornea. The cornea is the transparent structure on the front of the eyeball. Corneal opacity occurs when the cornea becomes scarred. This stops light from passing through the cornea to the retina and may cause the cornea to appear white or clouded over.
Clinical Practice Terms
Leslie A. Olsakovsky

Leslie A. Olsakovsky, MD

Title:
Associate Professor
Division:
Ophthalmology
Primary Location:
Eye Clinic Northridge
Phone:
434.924.5485
Tara L. McGehee

Tara L. McGehee, MD

Title:
Assistant Professor
Division:
Ophthalmology
Primary Location:
Eye Clinic
Phone:
434.924.5485