Corneal and Ocular Immunology

The immune system refers to the interconnected parts through which an organism protects itself from microbiological infections. The cornea recognises allografts, making the eye "immunologically unique." However, despite the fundamental success of corneal unions, the visual surface must constantly fight contamination with a range of immunological tools. In addition to humoral, cell, versatile, and natural insusceptibility, this also includes mechanical security in the tears, conjunctiva, and cornea.

 

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