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What is Arcus corneae?

What is Arcus corneae?

  • Arcus corneae: A disease of the cornea which sometimes appears as white arcs on the cornea. The white arcs are due to abnormal deposits of phospholipids and cholesterol. It is usually caused by high blood lipid levels or eye defects.

Arcus corneae: Introduction

Types of Arcus corneae:

Broader types of Arcus corneae:

What causes Arcus corneae?

Causes of Arcus corneae: see causes of Arcus corneae
Risk factors for Arcus corneae: see risk factors for Arcus corneae

What are the symptoms of Arcus corneae?

Symptoms of Arcus corneae: see symptoms of Arcus corneae

Onset of Arcus corneae: more common in old age

Arcus corneae: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Arcus corneae.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Arcus corneae.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Arcus corneae: Ophthalmologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Arcus corneae.
Treatments for Arcus corneae: see treatments for Arcus corneae
Research for Arcus corneae: see research for Arcus corneae

Name and Aliases of Arcus corneae

Main name of condition: Arcus corneae

Other names or spellings for Arcus corneae:

Arcus senilis

 

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