Hudson-Stahli line

Hud·son-·Stäh·li line

(hŭd'sŏn stah'lē),
a brown, horizontal line across the lower third of the cornea, occasionally seen in the aged and also in association with corneal opacities.

Hudson,

Arthur Cyril, English ophthalmologist, 1875-1962.
Hudson-Stähli line - a brown, horizontal line across the lower third of the cornea.

Stähli,

Jean, Swiss ophthalmologist, 1890–.
Hudson-Stähli line - see under Hudson
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The line can be continuous or segmented and although some texts suggest that the prevalence typically matches the age of the patient (with 50% at age 50, 75% at age 75 etc), many Hudson-Stahli lines are faint and difficult to see under white light so that this high prevalence seems unlikely.