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No. Tired, blank looking eyes would not normally be associated with Fuch's corneal dystrophy
It is possible that you have laxity of your orbital septum. This would allow the normal adipose tissue around your eyes to push forward, causing tired, baggy looking eyes that tend to have a blank-like look to them. This would be very common in a person 80 years of age.
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