A 58-year-old presents with blurred vision. What is wrong?
On slit lamp examination, there are small guttata noted on the endothelial surface. On specular microscopy, there are large areas where the endothelium is lost; the cells are also variable in their morphology (video).
This patient was diagnosed with Fuch’s Endothelial Dystrophy.
In the accompanying 4 min. video featuring Dr. Ashley Brissette, assistant professor at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York, you will learn:
- How Fuch’s dystrophy presents
- Changes in slit lamp, pachymetry and specular microscopy
- How Fuch’s dystrophy is managed
Cornea Coach Tip
Look for guttata on slit lamp examination and changes in the cell count and morphology in patients with Fuch’s endothelial dystrophy.
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