Hi. I'm back. Let's review your scan. I'll go through the list in order:
CD: This is cell density. This is the number of endothelial cells (the "pumps" that keep your cornea clear) per cubic mm. This number varies normally with age and can also be lowered by infection, trauma, disease, surgery, etc. For ages 60-69 years old the "normal" is between 2,000 and 2,800. As you can see, your number is much lower then this (812).
CV: This is coefficient of variation. CV is a measure of polymegethism. This is how endothelial cells normally repair wounds and, as such, it is an indirect measure of prior injury and disease. "normal" for this number is 22-31. You are slightly over this number which means your endothelial cells have had to "repair" damage more then "normal" (normal is in quotes as it is hard to define normal in this instance....it is more of a statistical measurement then a state of being....)
Hex: Endothelial cells are normally hexagonal in shape. If this percentage is low, that means more cells are damaged. Pleomorphism is a measurement of this damage and this measurement (hex) gives an indication of the amount of pleomorphism present. If Hex is less then 50% you would be at a higher risk for corneal decompensation after surgery.
I have no idea what NLM is :(
Pachy: This is the measurement of how thick your cornea is. Normal thickness was, historically, thought to be 550 microns. In the last decade the Ocular Hypertension
Treatment Study (OHTS) determined that the mean (normal) corneal thickness in the population was 573 microns. Using these data, you cornea would be considered to be of slightly thin thickness at 511. Thin is good, in your case, as Fuch's causes the cornea to get thick as the disease progresses.
AVE: This is the average number of endothelial cells per micrometer. Normal for your age is between 2,000 and 2,800. Yours is low which means you have lost a number of endothelial cells. And, no, you do not grow new ones....you are born with all the endothelial cells you will ever have.
Max: the maximum number of endothelial cells per micrometer
Min: the minimum number of endothelial cells per micrometer.
SD: the standard deviation the above average/maximum/minimum numbers above. This is a statistical thing :)
I also looked at the pictures. They are not that great since they have been printed, scanned and then printed again. I can, however, tell you that I see evidence of stage 4 or 5 corneal guttata. This is consistent with your diagnosis of Fuch's.
Ok. Well, that is what the scan shows. The bottom line? You have fuch's and when, or if, you ever need cataract surgery, special care will have to be taken to prevent damage to your endothelial cells.
I hope this has been helpful. Sorry for the delay.
Let me know if there is anything else I can add to our discussion. Take care.