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  • Grand Rounds

    A patient presented with blurry vision in the left eye and was found to have a pigmented superficial corneal lesion which showed hyperreflectivity without thickening on the AS-OCT. The lesion was biopsied and confirmed to be Lisch corneal dystrophy on pathology. The lesion recurred and was treated with debridement with MMC. Several months later, the lesion recurred for a third time with worsening symptoms, and the patient was started on 5-FU with improvement. We will discuss the history of Lisch corneal dystrophy, its clinical features and multimodal imaging findings, as well as the management and treatment.

    Presentation Date: 07/28/2022
    Issue Date: 08/05/2022