Stocker line

Stock·er line

(stok'ĕr),
a fine line of pigment in the corneal epithelium near the head of a pterygium.
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Stock·er line

(stok'ĕr līn)
A fine line of pigment secondary to iron deposition in the corneal epithelium near the head of a pterygium.
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Stocker line

A pigmented line composed of deposits of iron on the cornea at the advancing edge of the pterygium.
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Stocker,

Frederick William, U.S. ophthalmologist, 1893-1974.
Stocker cyclodiathermy needle
Stocker line - a fine line of pigment in the corneal epithelium near the head of a pterygium.
Stocker operation
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