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http://i54.tinypic.com/2v0zg55.jpg I think this is it...Thanks for the info...When you look at the picture you will see my left eye and at the one o'clock position you will see the line.
The two top ones were taken two days ago the two bottom were taken today. I can not tell if it is getting worse or not but so you can see for comparison
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Those are really good pictures.....
Have you ever had any any intraocular surgery or had a needle placed through the edge of your cornea into the front part of your eye?
I have had a victriotomy (sp) and a posterior shot of steroids....I do not think it went through my cornea
if i remeber it went under and behind my eye
Ok. That explains it. I believe that this is a scar and/or an area of your iris that has had a loss of the blood supply to it, causing the loss of pigment. It looks just like the scars left after surgery/placing an instrument into the anterior chamber. In your case, the surgery and steroid injection would have not involved this area but still could have caused issued with blood to the iris leaving this segmental scar/depigmented spot.
What is the take home message? Save your money and just follow up as usual with your ophthalmologist. This is nothing to worry about at this time.
Ok that makes sense to me thank you so much!!!!
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Very good job on the close up pictures, by the way.
Thank you I can not take credit it was all the camera.... we had to get a good one cause i am so bad at taking pictures....