Figure 4 of Zhong, Mol Vis 2010; 16:224-230.

Figure 4. Clinical photographs of corneas in one affected member (I-1) in Family 2 at 63 years of age. The right eye (A) contained opacifications from presumed recurrent disease 20 years after a penetrating keratoplasty. The left eye (B) showed a corneal implant that was transparent after a penetrating keratoplasty 10 years ago. This eye compounded with the primary cataract and the corrected visual acuity with pinhole is 20/32.