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Epithelial Basement Membrane Dystrophy    
Introduction A corneal dystrophy is a non-infectious, non-inflammatory breakdown or deterioration of one or more of the five layers of the cornea, the clear, dome-shaped structure covering the front of the eye. The cornea is the first surface that light passes through on its way to the retina, so maintaining its smoothness and the regularity of its tissues is necessary for clear, undistorted vision. The outermost layer of tissue is the epithelium, a type of modi... Read More
 
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