The cornea is said to be the “window” of the eye. We observe the cornea each time we examine a patient. How much do we know about this structure of the eye?
 

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    1. A sixth layer of the cornea, Dua’s layer, was reported in 2013. It is reported to be only 15 microns thick and located between the corneal stroma and Descemet’s membrane. The existence of this as a true 6th layer remains controversial.

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