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Cogan's Dystrophy - Cogan's Dystrophy is a disorder of the eyes, specifically a type of corneal dystrophy. It is also called epithelial basement membrane dystrophy, Cogan's microcystic epithelial dystrophy, map-dot-fingerprint dystrophy or dystrophic recurrent erosion.

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An exterior foundation drain and waterproof membrane is the best solution to your wet basement for the long term.

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... cells and some muscle and nerve cells contain cell junctions

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Simple cuboidal epithelium

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Stratified squamous epithelial

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Fuchs' corneal dystrophy is a disorder of the front surface of the eye (cornea) that usually affects older adults. Here are seven key facts about Fuchs' dystrophy you should know. #Cornea #Fuchs #CoastalEyeInstitute

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Basement Flooring - Vapor Barrier Subfloor

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Map dot fingerprint dystrophy, corneal epithelial basement membrane - A ...

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Layers of the cornea - You can actually devide the cornea into 5 layers, these include: 1. Epithelium Layer: This is the surface layer of cells. They provide barrier function and a smooth surface for the tear film. 2. Bowmans Layer: A tough layer of basement membrane right under the epithelium. This layer is tough, and keeps the cornea from swelling forward … which means

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