La Clasificación IC3D de las distrofias corneales

Translated title of the contribution: The IC3D classification of the corneal dystrophies

Jayne S. Weiss, H. U. Møller, Walter Lisch, Shigeru Kinoshita, Anthony J. Aldave, Michael W. Belin, Tero Kivelä, Massimo Busin, Francis L. Munier, Berthold Seitz, John Sutphin, Cecilie Bredrup, Mark J Mannis, Christopher J. Rapuano, Gabriel Van Rij, Eung Kweon Kim, Gordon K. Klintworth

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Abstract

Background: The recent availability of genetic analyses has demonstrated the shortcomings of the current phenotypic method of corneal dystrophy classification. Abnormalities in different genes can cause a single phenotype, whereas different defects in a single gene can cause different phenotypes. Some disorders termed corneal dystrophies do not appear to have a genetic basis. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to develop a new classification system for corneal dystrophies, integrating up-to-date information on phenotypic description, pathologic examination, and genetic analysis. Methods: The International Committee for Classification of Corneal Dystrophies (IC3D) was created to devise a current and accurate nomenclature. Results: This anatomic classification continues to organize dystrophies according to the level chiefly affected. Each dystrophy has a template summarizing genetic, clinical, and pathologic information. A category number from 1 through 4 is assigned, reflecting the level of evidence supporting the existence of a given dystrophy. The most defined dystrophies belong to category 1 (a welldefined corneal dystrophy in which a gene has been mapped and identified and specific mutations are known) and the least defined belong to category 4 (a suspected dystrophy where the clinical and genetic evidence is not yet convincing). The nomenclature may be updated over time as new information regarding the dystrophies becomes available. Conclusions: The IC3D Classification of Corneal Dystrophies is a new classification system that incorporates many aspects of the traditional definitions of corneal dystrophies with new genetic, clinical, and pathologic information. Standardized templates provide key information that includes a level of evidence for there being a corneal dystrophy. The system is user-friendly and upgradeable and can be retrieved on the website www.corneasociety.org/ic3d.

Original languageSpanish
JournalCornea
Volume27
Issue numberSUPPL. 2
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 2008

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Keywords

  • Corneal dystrophy
  • Corneal histopathology
  • Epithelial basement membrane dystrophy
  • Epithelial recurrent erosion dystrophy
  • Eponym
  • Gene
  • Genetic corneal disease
  • Inherited corneal disease
  • Key reference
  • Mutation
  • Subepithelial mucinous corneal dystrophy

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  • Ophthalmology

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Weiss, J. S., Møller, H. U., Lisch, W., Kinoshita, S., Aldave, A. J., Belin, M. W., ... Klintworth, G. K. (2008). La Clasificación IC3D de las distrofias corneales. Cornea, 27(SUPPL. 2). https://doi.org/10.1097/ICO.0b013e31817780fb

La Clasificación IC3D de las distrofias corneales. / Weiss, Jayne S.; Møller, H. U.; Lisch, Walter; Kinoshita, Shigeru; Aldave, Anthony J.; Belin, Michael W.; Kivelä, Tero; Busin, Massimo; Munier, Francis L.; Seitz, Berthold; Sutphin, John; Bredrup, Cecilie; Mannis, Mark J; Rapuano, Christopher J.; Van Rij, Gabriel; Kim, Eung Kweon; Klintworth, Gordon K.

In: Cornea, Vol. 27, No. SUPPL. 2, 12.2008.

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Weiss, JS, Møller, HU, Lisch, W, Kinoshita, S, Aldave, AJ, Belin, MW, Kivelä, T, Busin, M, Munier, FL, Seitz, B, Sutphin, J, Bredrup, C, Mannis, MJ, Rapuano, CJ, Van Rij, G, Kim, EK & Klintworth, GK 2008, 'La Clasificación IC3D de las distrofias corneales', Cornea, vol. 27, no. SUPPL. 2. https://doi.org/10.1097/ICO.0b013e31817780fb
Weiss JS, Møller HU, Lisch W, Kinoshita S, Aldave AJ, Belin MW et al. La Clasificación IC3D de las distrofias corneales. Cornea. 2008 Dec;27(SUPPL. 2). https://doi.org/10.1097/ICO.0b013e31817780fb
Weiss, Jayne S. ; Møller, H. U. ; Lisch, Walter ; Kinoshita, Shigeru ; Aldave, Anthony J. ; Belin, Michael W. ; Kivelä, Tero ; Busin, Massimo ; Munier, Francis L. ; Seitz, Berthold ; Sutphin, John ; Bredrup, Cecilie ; Mannis, Mark J ; Rapuano, Christopher J. ; Van Rij, Gabriel ; Kim, Eung Kweon ; Klintworth, Gordon K. / La Clasificación IC3D de las distrofias corneales. In: Cornea. 2008 ; Vol. 27, No. SUPPL. 2.
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