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Jayne S. Weiss, H. Aldave, Michael W. Mannis, Christopher J. Background: The recent availability of genetic analyses has demonstrated the shortcomings of the current phenotypic method of corneal dystrophy classification.

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Zenteno J. No se observaron lesiones en las otras capas corneales. Objective: To describe the clinical data and the results of molecular analyses of the TGFBI gene in a patient with classic granular stromal corneal dystrophy type I. Methods: A female patient aged years complaining of a long-standing decrease of visual acuity bilaterally associated with photophobia and foreign body sensation, underwent a complete ophthalmologic examination. Results: The affected patient showed a pattern of corneal stromal lesions that was compatible with a diagnosis of classic granular dystrophy.

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