Posterior polymorphous dystrophy, case report and literature review Distrofia polimorfa posterior, presentación de un caso y análisis de la literatura
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© 2014 Sociedad Espanola de Oftalmologia. Published by Elsevier Espana, S.L.U. All rights reserved. Case report Posterior Polymorphous Dystrophy (DPP) is a rare posterior corneal dystrophy that is genetically transmitted as autosomal dominant. Corneal structures affected in this dystrophy are Descemet membrane and the endothelium. A case is presented on a 47 years old woman with no relevant history, with typical findings of DPP (vesicular and band lesions at the endothelium and posterior Descemet). Discussion To our knowledge there are no reported cases of DPP in Latin-American patients in the literature. The clinical manifestations in our patient were found to be very similar to the cases reported in other populations.