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Signs and Symptoms
Blurred vision may be first sign of Fuchs Dystrophy. The blurred vision results from fluid collecting in the cornea while during sleep. This excess fluid evaporates over the course of the day, which leads to reduced swelling and better vision. As the disease advances, these periods of periods of swelling, impaired vision, and pain last longer.
Other symptoms include:
Dr. Akrit Sodhi Receives ASCI Award - 2/26/2015