What is Arcus Senilis?

Do you have a White, Gray, or Blue Arc around your cornea?  Arcus Senilis, or Corneal Arcus, is a common eye condition that usually does not affect vision.  It occurs when fat deposits form in the outer part of the cornea, which may be a sign of high cholesterol.  Watch this short video to learn more:

Arcus Senilis


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