The periphery of the cornea of ​​the eye appears white, a sign of an accumulation of cholesterol?

BigrozThe edges of the cornea in my eye are white and white. Is it because of the cholesterol? How is it managed?

Arie Prihatnanto

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Hello Arie Prihatnanto, thanks for the question.

From your description, you can talk about a white appearance on the cornea or on the black part of the eye. Usually this is known as arcus senilis which can appear with age and is a build up of fat and cholesterol. This condition is not dangerous and therefore does not require therapy.

Hope that answers your question.

Dr Zeiras Eka Djamal, SpM
JEC @ Cinere Jalan Cinere Raya No. 19, Depok, West Java (fds / fds)


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