Check the codes for Opacity, opacities
as a starting point. A corneal haze is a clinical sign; an opacification or cloudiness of the normally clear cornea. Can occur with corneal infections, glaucoma, or during the healing process after any corneal surgery. Most types will disappear with time or drug treatment; may be permanent (Dictionary of Eye Terminology, 5th ed., Barbara Cassin, Melvin L. Rubin, MD, Editor.)
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