A., German ophthalmologist, 1888-1969. See: Meesmann dystrophy.
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Nearly 60 years ago, German scientist Alois Meesmann identified a hereditary eye disease that causes irritation, blurry vision, and sensitivity to light.
The epithelial basement membrane, Reis-Buckler, Thiel-Behnke, Meesmann, Schnyder, lattice type I and II, granular type I and II, congenital hereditary corneal endothelial dystrophy type I, and posterior polymorphous forms of corneal dystrophy have autosomal dominant (AD) inheritance.