What is recurrent corneal erosion syndrome?
Recurrent corneal erosion syndrome is repeated episodes of spontaneous, superficial corneal abrasion (scratches). This occurs when the outer layer, the epith usually in the morning on waking together with foreign body sensation and light sensitivity. The eye can also be watery and red. Treatment It is treated by reducing friction between the eye and the eyelids, to encourage complete healing of the eye surface. This can be done by frequent lubricating eye drops during the day