What are kayser-fleischer rings?

Copper deposits. These occur in wilson's disease and are a ring like deposit of copper which your ophthalmologist can see with the slit lamp during an examination. They usually do not affect the vision.

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What can make kayser-fleischer rings?

Copper. This is a deposit of copper on the eye due to underlying wilson's disease. It usually does not affect the vision but is occasionally a clue to the fact that wilson's disease exists in the first place. Read more...