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176 Possible Causes for Displaced Pupils

  • Isolated Ectopia Lentis

    pupil 0009918 Hypertension 0000822 Nystagmus Involuntary, rapid, rhythmic eye movements 0000639 Percent of people who have these symptoms is not available through HPO Autosomal[] The condition is usually bilateral, with the lenses and pupils displaced in opposite directions.[] The pupil is irregular, usually slit shaped, and displaced from the normal position.[]

  • Ectopia Lentis

    RESULTS: In the patient with ELeP, the right pupil was displaced inferiorly and the left temporally.[] This autosomal recessive disorder is distinguished from other disorders with ectopia lentis by the limitation of abnormalities to the bilateral displacement of lens and pupil[] Pupil displacement.[]

  • Familial Porencephaly

    pupil 0009918 Glaucoma 0000501 Hypermetropia Farsightedness Long-sightedness [ more ] 0000540 Hypoplasia of the iris Underdeveloped iris 0007676 Microcornea Cornea of eye[] […] neovascularization New blood vessel formation in cornea 0011496 Corneal opacity 0007957 Developmental cataract Clouding of the lens of the eye at birth 0000519 Ectopia pupillae Displaced[]

  • Lens Dislocation

    displacement, large capsular bag, lens subluxation, prematurely cataract and the tendency to retinal detachment.[] A luxated or dislocated lens is one that is completely displaced from the pupil. The zonules are fibers that extend from the ciliary body to hold the lens in position.[] Definition (MSH) Incomplete rupture of the zonule with the displaced lens remaining behind the pupil.[]

  • Axenfeld-Rieger Syndrome Type 3

    The iris (colored part of the eye) does not develop normally and often has extra holes in addition to the normal pupil which itself may be displaced.[] Ocular manifestations are iris hypoplasia and atrophy, corectopia (refers to displacement of the pupil), pseudopolycoria (refers to multiple colobomata in the iris body that[] […] of the pupil of the eye so that it is not centered.[]

  • Polyarthritis

    […] pigmented epithelium of the pupil caused by contraction of myofibroblasts over the papillary margin.[] […] of the pupil, typically inferotemporally, associated with subluxation of the lens, usually in the opposite direction.[] The conreal pannus, foveal hypoplasia, and iris hypoplasia differentiate aniridia from ARS. [38] Congenital Ectropion Uveae Congenital displacement or dragging of the posterior[]

  • Chandler Syndrome

    It is therefore a must to treat CS once diagnosed, as it can eventually destroy not only the cornea but as well as the iris and result to displaced pupils.[] pupil and variable degrees of iris stromal atrophy but no hole formation in the iris ( B ).[] If the pupil is displaced, or the stroma is insufficient to absorb light, glare and other unwanted optical phenomena such as monocular diplopia may occur.[]

  • Iris Atrophy

    ., is untenable in view of the observation in our patient that the first, and broad, peripheral anterior synechia was opposite the position of the displacement of the pupil[] Examination of the right eye revealed endothelial degeneration, peripheral anterior synechiae, and iris atrophy around the pupil that appeared displaced to the temporal side[] The displacement and/or distortion of the pupil characteristic of essential iris atrophy does not occur in Cogan corneal dystrophy.[]

  • Glaucoma

    At postoperative day 1, her visual acuity in the right eye was 20/400, with diffuse microcystic corneal edema with fixed, dilated pupil and high intraocular pressure.[] […] of the posterior lens capsule and vitreous body with incarceration in the pupil; usually occurs after cataract surgery. closed-angle glaucoma one in which the iridocorneal[] […] located, and a displaced Schwalbe's line.[]

  • Intumescent Cataract

    Ectopia lentis Displacement of the lens Subluxed - partially displaced within pupillary aperture Luxated or completely displaced from the pupil congenital, developmental,[] Phacotopic Glaucoma : Hypermature lens may dislocate and can give rise to increase in IOP by physically blocking the pupil or angle, or displacing the vitreous which causes[]

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