Fig. 1-3: Anterior segment photographs of 3 different individuals.
conditions may result in this finding?
Answer: (1) chronic ocular disease such as , uveitis, interstitial keratitis, and phthisis, (2) hypercalcemia of any cause, (3) hyperphosphatemia, (4) hereditary band keratopathy, (5) toxic and mercurial vapors, (6) silicone oil in aphakic eyes.
What is the usual
presentation for this condition?
Answer: The disease usually begins at the interpalpebral limbus as a fine white granularity and gradually spreads over the interpalpebral corneal surface.