granular dystrophy

granular dystrophy

An AD variant of early-onset corneal stroma dystrophy with central 'bread-crumb'-like opacities, episodic irritation, and photophobia
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In literature also mostly reported corneal dystrophies are bilateral.4 According to the French National Waiting List, dystrophies were the third most common indication for penetrating keratoplasty (PKP) and were divided into Fuchs dystrophy (65%), Lattice dystrophy (10%), Granular dystrophy (4%), Macular dystrophy (2%), and others (20%).5
Retinitis pigmentosa and granular dystrophy: A rare and unique combination in one patient.
Where there are opacities in the anterior part of the cornea, (21,22) for example, with granular dystrophy the same process as described for band keratopathy is used.