About Keratoconus

Keratoconus, also known as kc, is related to keratoconus 1 and leber congenital amaurosis 4. An important gene associated with Keratoconus is KTCN2 (Keratoconus 2), and among its related pathways/superpathways is Visual signal transduction: Cones. The drugs Gabapentin and Prednisolone phosphate have been mentioned in the context of this disorder. Affiliated tissues include Eye, endothelial and thyroid.

Major Symptoms of Keratoconus

Keratoconus is a progressive eye disease that can cause significant vision loss and affect the shape and function of the cornea. Some of the major symptoms include dryness, itching, burning, and the sensation of a foreign body in the eye.

Suitable Lifestyle for People with Keratoconus

Patients with Keratoconus, or corneal endothelial dystrophy, are a chronic, progressive disease with common symptoms including blurred vision, eye pain, and decreased vision at night. Since the disease can cause corneal lesions, patients need to avoid exposure to strong sunlight such as the sun and snow to avoid aggravating the condition. In addition, patients need to avoid using various eye drops, corneal nutrient solutions and other drugs to avoid further damage to the eyes. In terms of diet, patients need to ensure adequate nutritional intake to maintain good health. It is recommended that patients eat more foods rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E and other nutrients, such as carrots, spinach, peanuts, oils, etc. In addition, patients can also eat more collagen-rich foods, such as fish, meat, soy products, etc. , to help with corneal repair. In order to better treat Keratoconus, patients also need to cooperate with the doctor's medication. These drugs include eye drops, eye nutrition solutions, etc. , which can help improve the condition of the cornea. However, when using these drugs, patients should follow their doctor's recommendations and strictly follow the medication instructions in the drug inserts. In short, patients with Keratoconus need to avoid exposure to strong sunlight, avoid using various eye drops, corneal nutrient solutions and other drugs, eat more nutritious foods, and cooperate with the doctor's drug treatment. In terms of diet, patients need to ensure adequate nutritional intake and eat more foods rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E and other nutrients, as well as foods rich in collagen.

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