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My really dark brown eyes are turing blue from the outside in. What is this?

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Dr. Tim Conrad
Ophthalmology

In brief: Arcus

This is due to cholesterol deposits in your cornea.
You need to get your cholesterol checked.

In brief: Arcus

This is due to cholesterol deposits in your cornea.
You need to get your cholesterol checked.
Dr. Tim Conrad
Dr. Tim Conrad
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Dr. Todd Purkiss
Ophthalmology

In brief: Arcus

What you describe is likely arcus formation.
It is a clouding of the outer rim of the cornea that can give a bluish appearance. It can be seen with age or in patients with high cholesterol.

In brief: Arcus

What you describe is likely arcus formation.
It is a clouding of the outer rim of the cornea that can give a bluish appearance. It can be seen with age or in patients with high cholesterol.
Dr. Todd Purkiss
Dr. Todd Purkiss
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Dr. Edwin Schuller
Family Medicine

In brief: Blue

Blue schlerae - benign.

In brief: Blue

Blue schlerae - benign.
Dr. Edwin Schuller
Dr. Edwin Schuller
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