Fuch’s Corneal Dystrophy

Fuch’s Corneal Dystrophy (FCD) affects the endothelium layer of the cornea. It is a degenerative disease most often found in the elderly that causes the cornea to swell, resulting in sensitivity to light, worsening glare, decreased/blurred vision and sometimes pain in the eye. Treatment depends on how severe FCD is, but can include medication and corneal transplant surgeries such as DSEK, DMEK, and PKP.

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