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MCQ - Kayes' dot

Updated: Oct 14, 2022

What is Kayes' dot?

  • Whitish grey spot in peripheral iris

  • Subepithelial infiltrates seen in corneal graft rejection

  • Whitish spot at the posterior lens surface

  • Pigmented macular lesions

ANSWER: Kayes' dots are sub epithelial infiltrates seen in corneal graft rejection.

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