Ocular chrysiasis.


Thirty-four patients who had received over 1 gram of gold compounds for rheumatoid arthritis were examined for ocular chrysiasis. Ninety-seven percent of the patients receiving continuous chrysotherapy at the time of their ocular examination exhibited corneal chrysiasis. With few exceptions, corneal gold deposits were limited to the posterior one-half of… (More)


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