leukoma

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eye disease consisting of an opaque white spot on the cornea

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2 In Pakistan, corneal opacity is the second-most common cause of blindness after cataract.
The birth of a Braford cross calf with unilateral corneal opacity was reported to the Laboratory of Parasitology in Universidade Federal de Pelotas (UFPel), Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
The astigmatism found in leprosy could be due to corneal opacity, keratitis, trichiasis, entropion, ectropion and others as seen in Figure 2.
Interlaboratory assessment of the bovine corneal opacity and permeability (BCOP) assay.
Active trachoma is most commonly seen in pre/primary school children presenting with follicular trachoma with intense conjunctival inflammation and middle aged individuals (their grandparents) presenting with trichiasis and corneal opacity.
In 1962, an American ophthalmologist described an attenuated form of this syndrome, based on the corneal opacity observed in an adult patient.
However, 3 eyes had moderate corneal opacity and the VEPs results were abnormal.
Those with advanced trachomatous complications like trichiasis and corneal opacity were excluded.
Corneal opacity and superficial corneal rupture occurred in the central cornea of the left eye two weeks after our first observation (Fig.
Figure 1 Mass in the right eye and corneal opacity in the left eye (case 1).
The composition exhibits at least one of the following: an acute oral toxicity of about > 5000mg/kg, an acute dermal toxicity of about > 5000mg/kg, an acute eye irritation of slight corneal opacity and reversible eye irritation within 7 days, and/or an acute dermal irritation of moderate irritation at 72 hours that is reversible; and the composition is dermal non-sensitizer.
Physical exam in a patient with bacterial keratitis sometimes shows a gray or white corneal opacity, along with corneal erythema.
Corneal opacity of non-ulcerated area (figure 2) and ulcerated area (figure 6) are of important factors denoting better corneal wound healing and goes parallel with sooner vision retainment.
According to a press release of UCH, Mrs Aziza Begum was blind because of central corneal opacity (phola) and cataract.