Corneal condition including the presence of one or more focal infiltrates (clusters of inflammatory cells), less than 0.2mm in size. Asymptomatic infiltrates are commonly seen in the periphery but may be observed anywhere in the cornea. The infiltrates are limited to the anterior stroma and overlying epithelium is intact. Bilateral events are common. The conjunctiva is normal. No symptoms are present and therefore asymptomatic infiltrates are usually only observed at routine aftercare visits. The condition resolves rapidly with no sequelae. Asymptomatic infiltrates are found in lens wearers and non-lens wearers. There is little variation in the incidence with various modes of lens wear.