Corneal Verticillata

Bilateral gray or brownish epithelial deposits that extend in a swirling pattern from a point inferior to the pupil. This corneal change typically occurs with the use of certain medications, most frequently with chloroquine and amio-

Fig. 5.14 Typical grayish-white, ring-shaped fatty deposits near the limbus.

Fig. 5.14 Typical grayish-white, ring-shaped fatty deposits near the limbus.

darone. Fabry's disease (glycolipid lipidosis) can also exhibit these kinds of corneal changes, which can help to confirm the diagnosis.

Stretch Marks

Stretch Marks

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