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Is pseudoexfoliation an immunological disease?

 Emil W. Chynn, MD & Ajay Auroroa, MD
  29th-Sep-2008
Description: 80 years ago, Finnish ophthalmologist Dr. Lindbergh first described the disease we know as pseudoexfoliation (PXF). It can also involve the ocular adnexa. PXF material has also been found in the heart, lungs, liver, kidney, and cerebral meninges.
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86-Is pseudoexfoliation an immunological disease?
Emil W. Chynn, MD Ajay Auroroa, MD Exactly 80 years ago today, a Finnish ophthalmologist by the name of Dr. Lindbergh first described the disease we know as pseudoexfoliation (PXF). Ever since the time of this initial description, it has been well known that the pseudoexfoliative material is distributed throughout the anterior segment of the eye, i ... See more

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