Vogt's striae

striae, Vogt's 

Thin vertical streaks located in the posterior corneal stroma. These folds disappear with external pressure on the globe. They are often present in patients with keratoconus. Syn. Vogt's line.
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Slit-lamp biomicroscopic findings like Vogt's striae, Fleischer's ring, stromal thinning and stromal scarring and findings consistent with diagnosis of keratoconus were recorded for each subject.
Slit lamp biomicroscopy findings like Vogt's striae and stromal thinning were seen in 6% of patients.
Exclusion criteria were patients with central and paracentral corneal opacities, Vogt's striae, previous intraocular surgery, history of herpetic keratitis, severe dry eye, and concomitant autoimmune diseases.
The main complications were observed in 3 patients: two in Group 1 (Vogt's striae in a patient; in another patient corneal haze type II) and one in Group 2 (Vogt's striae and in the same eye follicular conjunctivitis).