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Hunain
Hunain3 months ago
Symptoms of pseudoexfoliation syndrome

Symptoms of pseudoexfoliation syndrome

The best-known sign of exfoliation syndrome is deposits of greyish-white material on the anterior lens surface. Sometimes exfoliation material can also be seen at the pupillary border, on the anterior iris surface, corneal endothelium, and on the anterior vitreous face

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