A 60-year-old man suffering from photophobia and visual disturbances was found to have bilateral superficial corneal grey-white gelatinous deposits. An abnormal cold-precipitable serum component was found and characterised as homogeneous IgG-kappa immunoglobulin. Corneal immunohistochemical examination revealed subepithelial IgG-kappa deposits, focally replacing Bowman's layer. The patient underwent superficial keratectomy in both eyes with satisfactory visual results.
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