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    Arcus senilis, also referred to as corneal arcus, is a benign condition characterized by the gradual accumulation of lipids or fats in the peripheral cornea of the eye. The condition is generally considered a normal part of aging, and on its own,it doesn’t typically lead to vision impairment or discomfort.
    Cataracts are a gradual clouding of the lens (a part of the eye which transmits and focuses light), which is typically clear.
    Glaucoma is a collection of different eye conditions that all involve damage to the optic nerve, the primary nerve responsible for relaying visual information from your eyes to your brain. Damage to this nerve results in vision loss that may be sudden or gradual, depending on the type of glaucoma.

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