Kayser-Fleischer ring

This finding is seen in due to the abnormal copper deposition in the stromal layer of limbic region of eye. Kayser-Fleischer rings consist of copper granules in the stromal layer of the eye. Color changes are visible only in the Descemet membrane and typically are described as a golden brown, brownish green, bronze, or tannish green color seen in the limbic area of the eye. The rings fade and disappear with appropriate therapy. The typical condition is most commonly seen in Wilsonís Disease.