A man in his 50s with an unremarkable ocular history was referred for atypical corneal deposits of the right eye. On examination, visual acuity was 20/25 OD with correction, and the superior cornea showed an intact epithelium, mild stromal thinning, and pannus with faint yellow-white subepithelial deposits at the leading edge (Figure 1A). There were no other abnormalities reported on examination. The patient was treated conservatively with lubrication.
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