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Limbus is the border of the eye, where the cornea converts into an opaque, solid sclera which forms and enlarges to partially cover the outside of the eyeball. In the area of limbus, there is often accumulation of infiltrates of the cornea, but there may also be blood vessels permeating from the sclera to create a deep vascularisation of the cornea.

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