|Pigment Dispersion Syndrome |
Pigment Dispersion Syndrome occurs only in certain people – generally white nearsighted males between 20-50...
Think of your iris – the coloured part of your eye – as being painted on. Now imagine something constantly rubbing against it. As time passes the paint eventually starts to flake and chip off because of friction. This is basically what happens when you have pigment dispersion syndrome (PDS) except the flaking is actually the pigment that colours your eye.