Pigmentation of the posterior lens capsule central to Wieger's ligament and the Scheie line: a possible indication of the pigment dispersion syndrome.


Observation of pigment deposition on the posterior lens central to Wieger's ligament and the position of the so-called Scheie line is reported as a clinical sign of the pigment dispersion syndrome (PDS). Although abnormal pigmentation of the posterior lens surface is well-known to occur as scattered deposition among the zonule insertions as well as in the… (More)


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