In this video you can see particles stuck to the back surface of the cornea. These are KP (keratic precipitates) which are clusters of inflammatory cells that tend to congregate and stick to the endothelium during times of AC inflammation (uveitis).
As you can see in this video, the KP spots are visible on the back surface of the corneal light-beam, and can also be seen when retroilluminating the iris behind.
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