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What is posterior polymorphous corneal dystrophy?
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Dr. Ilan Cohen
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Hereditary problem
This is a rare hereditary disease of the back layer of the cornea.
It can be progressive in some patients and non-progressive in others. If the impact on vision is mild, nothing needs to be done. If it is severe, surgery may be indicated.

In brief: Hereditary problem
This is a rare hereditary disease of the back layer of the cornea.
It can be progressive in some patients and non-progressive in others. If the impact on vision is mild, nothing needs to be done. If it is severe, surgery may be indicated.
Dr. Ilan Cohen
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