A 46-year-old female presented with disseminated IgG lambda myeloma and unusual, translucent, subepithelial deposits in the periphery of both corneas. Electrophoretic studies showed that the deposits consisted of an IgG lambda paraprotein identical to that found in the serum. Minute amounts of the papaprotein were also present in the tears.
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