This video shows a sterile corneal infiltrate at the inferior limbus in an eye with blepharitis. This opacity is entirely sterile and occurs from a hypersensitivity reaction at the limbal vessels in the cornea. This eye was treated successfully with good lid hygeine and a mild steroid.
This entity is usually bilateral, and as you can see there is a clear zone at the edge of the limbus that isn’t affected.
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