lattice dystrophy

lattice dystrophy

Ophthalmology A type of corneal dystrophy characterized by local deposition of amyloid in an irregular stroma, betwixt focally eroded epithelium and Bowman's membrane
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Corneal dystrophies and degenerations especially lattice dystrophy, can present with corneal erosions.
The age of onset is usually after the third decade of life and the first sign of the disease is a corneal lattice dystrophy [7, 12].
Meretoja's syndrome is a rare condition with severe and debilitating ocular manifestations and the diagnosis is typically made by observation of the corneal lattice dystrophy [16].
Bulle Oliveira, "Corneal lattice dystrophy type II-familial amyloid neuropathy type IV (gelsolin amyloidosis)," Einstein, vol.
Trojaborg, "Familial amyloidosis with cranial neuropathy and corneal lattice dystrophy," Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, vol.
The clinical electrophysiological patterns in our patient are similar to that of FINNISH families with cranial neuropathy and corneal lattice dystrophy. (2)
We reported the first type IV FAP (FINNISH) Iranian woman with neurologicaldeficits, including rapidly progressive cranial neuropathies, mild sensorimotor axonal peripheral polyneuropathy, unilateral CTS, corneal lattice dystrophy, and orthostatic hypotension.