Desquamating endotheliopathy. An incipient iridocorneal endothelial syndrome?


Unilateral, noninfectious, nontraumatic corneal endotheliopathy was noted in a 34-year-old man who had had blurred vision for five years without evidence of iridic disease or glaucoma. Ultrastructural studies demonstrated focal necrosis of the corneal endothelial cells, with desquamation of the cells into the anterior chamber. The corneal endothelium… (More)


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