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Arcus corneae

Arcus corneae: Introduction

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. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Arcus corneae is available below.

Symptoms of Arcus corneae

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  1. Arcus corneae: Introduction
  2. Symptoms
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  5. Misdiagnosis
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