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The cornea is clear, tough, protective tissue that covers the white part of your eye. Other names for this corneal disease are Fuchs’ corneal dystrophy and Fuchs’ endothelial corneal dystrophy. In Fuchs’ dystrophy, your corneal endothelium (the innermost layer of the cornea) gradually stops working as cells die.How do I know if I have Fuchs' dystrophy?
The trouble is that you may not know you have Fuchs’ dystrophy until it causes more noticeable symptoms. Getting a regular eye exam can help catch eye diseases like Fuchs’ before they progress. There is no cure for this corneal disease. The goal of treatment is to help control Fuchs’ dystrophy’s effects on your vision and eye comfort.Can Fuchs' dystrophy be treated?
However, vision in one eye may be worse than the other. This eye disorder may go unnoticed for years before your vision worsens. The only way to help Fuchs’ dystrophy is through treatment. In the case of vision loss, you may need surgery. What are the symptoms of Fuchs’ dystrophy? There are two stages of Fuchs’ dystrophy.Is Fuchs' dystrophy more common in men or women?
Fuchs' dystrophy is slightly more common in women than in men. Genetics. Having a family history of Fuchs' dystrophy increases your risk. Age. Although there's a rare early-onset type of Fuch's dystrophy that begins in childhood, typically the disease starts in the 20s and 30s, with symptoms developing in the 50s and 60s.