|Terrien's marginal degeneration|
Terrien marginal degeneration is a noninflammatory, unilateral or asymmetrically bilateral, slowly progressive thinning of the peripheral corneal stroma.
The cause of Terrien marginal degeneration is unknown, its prevalence is roughly equal between males and females, and it usually occurs in the second or third decade of life.
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Spectacles or RGP contact lenses can be used to manage the astigmatism. when the condition worsens, surgical correction may be required.