This video shows a cornea with amiodarone verticillata deposits. You can see these as a whorl pattern – the entity is also called whorl keratopathy or hurricane keratopathy. These deposits are benign, difficult to see, and rarely (if ever) have any visual significance.
Drugs that can cause this pattern: CACTI Mneumonic: chloroquine, amiodarone, chlorpromazine, tamoxifen, indomethacin.
In addition, you can presumably get a similar pattern with amodiaquine, meperidine, and with Fabry’s disease.
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