Sclerocornea



sclerocornea scle·ro·cor·ne·a (sklēr’ō-kôr’nē-ə)
n.

The cornea and sclera regarded as forming together the hard outer coat of the eye.

A congenital anomaly in which all or part of the cornea is opaque and resembles the sclera.

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