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- Copper deposition ring.
- Seen as ocular manifestation of Wilson's disease.
- Golden-brown, orange or grayish ring of copper deposits at the level of Descemet's membrane
- Located in corneal periphery, which initially appears as thin crescent deposits at 12 to 6 o'clock and may eventually form a complete ring
- May regress or disappear when the systemic condition is well treated.