London: Those hundreds of patients, who suffer from cornea problems, can happily bid goodbye to transplants. In a new treatment specialists are using microwave probe to heat the cornea to around 60 degree Celsius, a procedure that corrects rugby-ball eye - the abnormal shape caused by keratoconus, reports Sky News. The temperature causes the front of the eye to shrink, restoring a normal spherical shape.
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