NOV 2012

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November 2012 An opaque epithelium indicates the progression of LSCD as the epithelium loses its luster and begins to have a different appearance Superficial neovascularization is one of the noticeable signs that a patient is developing LSCD Late fluorescein staining of the epithelium Source (all): Clara Chan, M.D. "Those can be early and late signs because the streaming can be extensive, or it can be localized in the periphery," he said. However, Dr. Jeng said it is possible for patients to feel no different at all with LSCD or to have mild symptoms such as irritation, continued on page 62

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