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Corneal Dystrophy, Subepithelial Mucinous

Corneal Dystrophy, Subepithelial Mucinous: Introduction

Corneal Dystrophy, Subepithelial Mucinous: Corneal dystrophy is an eye condition where cloudy material builds up in parts of the cornea and affects visual clarity. The Lisch epithelial form specifically involves opacities the corneal supepithelial mucinous cell layers. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Corneal Dystrophy, Subepithelial Mucinous is available below.

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