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Secondary Localized Amyloidosis of the Cornea Associated with Tertiary Syphilis

Hill John C. D.O. F.R.C.S.; Maske, Richard M.D., F.C.S.; Bowen, Robert M. Med. Path., F.F. Path.
Cornea: April 1990
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Secondary corneal amyloidosis is a rare finding and only 17 cases have been reported in the literature. A case of unilateral secondary localized corneal amyloidosis is presented in a patient with bilateral interstitial keratitis and other stigmata of tertiary syphilis.

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