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Figure 1: (a) Blue-grey discoloration on the nose and central cheeks. Amiodarone-induced corneal opacities; (b) horizontal line in the inferior third of the cornea in the right eye, (c) whorl-like pattern of powdery, white, yellow or brown corneal deposits of the left eye. In vivo confocal microscopic images of hyperreflective intracellular inclusions of amiodarone keratopathy (d) in epithelial cells, (e) in basal epithelial cells, (f) in stroma, (g) no deposits in the endothelium

Figure 1: (a) Blue-grey discoloration on the nose and central cheeks. Amiodarone-induced corneal opacities; (b) horizontal line in the inferior third of the cornea in the right eye, (c) whorl-like pattern of powdery, white, yellow or brown corneal deposits of the left eye. <i>In vivo</i> confocal microscopic images of hyperreflective intracellular inclusions of amiodarone keratopathy (d) in epithelial cells, (e) in basal epithelial cells, (f) in stroma, (g) no deposits in the endothelium