Salzmann's degeneration

Salzmann's degeneration
a noninflammatory condition of the cornea resulting in yellow-white nodules under the epithelium in the central area. These may cause symptoms if the epithelium over them breaks down or if they occur in the visual axis.
M. Salzmann (1862-1954), German ophthalmologist

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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