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499 Possible Causes for Congenital Eye Anomaly, Microphthalmos, Myopia

  • Lens Coloboma

    Signs : typically in the 6 o'clock position, often associated with other defects, eg microphthalmos, due to failed closure of optic fissure.Atypically in another position[] Trupti Shreyans Gadiya, Gunjan Ingle Purpose : To describe case of aniridia with ptosis, lens coloboma, myopia & foveal hypoplasia.[] Lens colobomas are congenital lens anomaly, rarely seen with Marfan syndrome. They are usually managed conservatively.[]

  • Congenital Optic Disc Coloboma

    Optic nerve aplasia and microphthalmos: a case report. J Genet Syndr Gene Ther 2013;4:175. Crossref[] Peripapillary staphyloma • Optic disc dysplasia • Tilted optic disc • Optic disc drusen • Optic disc pit • Myelinated nerve fibres Tilted disc • Common, bilateral • Frequent myopia[] Isolated and total optic disc coloboma is a markedly rare congenital anomaly of the eye.[]

  • Choroidal Coloboma

    We report a rare case of retinal detachment with microphthalmos and choroidal coloboma.[] A 34-year-old woman who had had poor vision in her left eye since early childhood and high myopia in her right eye complained a sudden deterioration of vision in her left[] Discussion: Ocular coloboma is a rare congenital anomaly that has a prevalence of around 0.14% in the general population.[]

  • Congenital Iris Coloboma

    In cases of bilateral iris coloboma with clinical microphthalmos and reduced corneal diameter ( Table 1 ), the variation in iris color is inconsistent.[] Joint Laxity, Short Stature, and Myopia Clinical Characteristics Ocular Features: Three of four brothers in one family had high myopia and two had retinal detachments as well[] Other congenital malformations of anterior segment of eye Q13.81 Rieger's anomaly Q13.89 Other congenital malformations of anterior segment of eye Q13.9 Congenital malformation[]

  • Congenital Eye Anomaly

    ., , Source MeSH Eye Abnormalities Female Glaucoma, Open-Angle Humans Infant, Newborn Microphthalmos Umbilical Arteries Pub Type(s) Case Reports Comparative Study English[] Excessive myopia in children can result in lazy eye (amblyopia). Holding objects very close and squinting may indicate significant myopia.[] Congenital eye anomalies are an important cause of visual impairment in children worldwide, and are responsible for approximately 15–20% of blindness and severe visual impairment[]

  • Hallermann-Streiff Syndrome

    The microphthalmos had overlapping posterior segment findings usually reported with Nanophthalmos and Posterior microphthalmos.[] 0001249 Microcephaly Abnormally small skull Decreased circumference of cranium Decreased size of skull Reduced head circumference Small head circumference [ more ] 0000252 Myopia[] Hallermann-Streiff syndrome is a rare congenital disorder characterized as a complex association of developmental anomalies involving structures of ectodermal origin (the[]

  • Hydrophthalmos

    It is also the chromosomal abnormality most commonly associated with severe ocular defects, including microphthalmos, iris coloboma, and retinal dysplasia.[] Reduced vision can also occur from corneal edema or progressive myopia and/or astigmatism.[] Megalocornea with glaucoma Q15.8 Other specified congenital malformations of eye Q15.9 Congenital malformation of eye, unspecified Inclusion term(s): Congenital anomaly of[]

  • Congenital Muscular Dystrophy

    […] abnormalities such as crossed eyes (strabismus), cataracts, nearsightedness (myopia), abnormal eye movements, and, in severe cases, retinal detachment and abnormally small eyes (microphthalmos[] Compared to WWS patients, these patients have milder structural brain abnormalities, and eye abnormalities were absent, except for myopia in some cases.[] (CONGENITAL WITH BRAIN AND EYE ANOMALIES), TYPE A, 12 MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY-DYSTROGLYCANOPATHY (CONGENITAL WITH BRAIN AND EYE ANOMALIES), TYPE A, 13 Endo T.[]

  • Anophthalmos

    However, hypoplasia was observed on the lateral orbital wall for severe microphthalmos.[] For patients with moderate to high myopia or thin corneas which cannot be treated with LASIK and PRK, the phakic intraocular lens is an alternative.[] Four children with severe congenital eye anomalies are described of which three had related symptoms.[]

  • Microcornea

    PURPOSE: To report the results of secondary posterior chamber intraocular lens (PC-IOL) implantation in pediatric cataract eyes with microcornea and/or microphthalmos.[] This disorder associated with axial myopia is an extremely rare ophthalmologic condition.[] CONCLUSION: Children with congenital anomalies of the eye and functional vision benefit from refraction and low vision services.[]

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