Isolated congenital sclerocornea

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A rare corneal disorder characterized by non-inflammatory non-progressive bilateral ingrowth of vascularized opaque scleral tissue into the peripheral cornea obliterating the corneoscleral limbus and scleral sulcus. The condition is not associated with other ocular abnormalities.

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