Keratoconjunctivitis is the term for an eye condition that involves inflammation of both your cornea and conjunctiva at the same time. You have a cornea — a clear window — on the front of each eye. Your cornea is made of tough, transparent tissue. It covers your iris and your pupil. Inflammation of your cornea is called keratitis. Your conjunctiva is a clear, thin tissue that covers your sclera (the white part of your eyes) and also lines the inside of your eyelids. Inflammation of your conjunctiva is called pink eye (conjunctivitis).