A 28 year old male presented for routine ophthalmic evaluation and was found to have incidental finding of an oblique scroll of descemet membrane in the anterior chamber of the right eye. History was significant for forceps delivery at birth. Apart from irregular astigmatism, the remaining ocular examination was unremarkable in both the eyes. Such patients are at increased risk of corneal decompensation especially following cataract surgery. In our case, the surrounding cornea was clear with normal specular counts.
Diffuse illumination image showing obliquely oriented scroll of descemet membrane
Slit image showing the scroll of descemet membrane in anterior chamber