Introduction: Lattice dystrophy
Lattice dystrophy: Cloudiness of the cornea
Lattice dystrophy: Lattice dystrophy gets its name from an accumulation of amyloid deposits, or abnormal protein fibers, throughout the middle and anterior stroma. During an eye examination, the doctor sees these deposits in the stroma as clear, comma-shaped overlapping dots and branching filaments, creating a lattice effect. Over time, the lattice lines will grow opaque and involve more of the stroma. They will also gradually converge, giving the cornea a cloudiness that may also reduce vision.1
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1. excerpt from Facts About the Cornea and Corneal Disease: NEI
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