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does it resemble something like this?
I saw the photos you sent me, I tend to think it is a very mild case of band keratopahty which is usually seen with folks with chronic low grade inflammation. I found a very early case of band for comparison, internet search typically comes up with very advanced cases where the whole cornea is clouded. It may simply be something else, called senile arcus, which is simply an aging change, that was a picture I posted earlier. Due to the fact that the photos are a bit hard to see, I would want you to get seen for confirmation and definitive treatment, I wish you the best , Dr. Stevens
Here is a pic of early band keratopathy
if it is something due to aging, no treatment, If it is due to inflammation, there may be treatment options to remove it, also important to make sure it does not get worse. Regards