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615 Possible Causes for Failure to Thrive, Secondary Glaucoma

  • Rieger Syndrome

    The patient had prominent Schwalbe's line in all quadrants, iris atrophy, and secondary glaucoma in both eyes.[] Besides hypoplasia of cornea, iris and chamber angle, its ocular phenotype maybe include dysgenesis of ciliary body which is probably one of the reasons of secondary glaucoma[] Axenfeld-Rieger syndrome (ARS) is a disorder affecting the anterior segment of the eye, often leading to secondary glaucoma and several systemic malformations.[]

  • Cushing's Disease

    The development of transsphenoidal microsurgery and the refinement of endocrinological and radiological diagnostic procedures have afforded therapeutic options appropriate to the individual case in patients with hypercortisolism. The present series of 100 cases is derived from 104 patients with the diagnosis of[…][]

  • Marchesani-Weill Syndrome

    Conclusions Weill-Marchesani syndrome could be diagnosed by microspherophakia, high myopia, secondary glaucoma, and systemic abnormalities such as brachymorphia and brachydactyly[] Weill-Marchesani syndrome and secondary glaucoma associated with ectopia lentis.[] Open Ophthalmol J 2011, 5: 48–50. 10.2174/1874364101105010048 View Article PubMed PubMed Central Google Scholar Yue Q, Hong C: The new surgical options for secondary glaucoma[]

  • Hydrophthalmos

    ABSTRACT To report a case of extensive globe enlargement due to secondary glaucoma in a young adult suffering from ocular surface disorders related to hypohidrotic ectodermal[] Case Report A five and half year old boy presented with failure to thrive and multiple deformities of his limbs.[] The first symptoms generally develop during the first months of life and are generally related to renal bicarbonate, salt and water wasting, causing failure to thrive.[]

  • Congenital Cataract

    Glaucoma secondary to operation for childhood cataract In: Epstein DL. (ed.), Chandler and Grant's Glaucoma, 3rd edn. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1986: 521–525.[] […] to thrive, and kyphoscoliosis (CAMFAK); Martsolf syndrome; Neu-Laxova syndrome; Lenz microphthalmia syndrome; and Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome.[] Secondary glaucoma was observed in 16 eyes (43.2%), of which 14 were aphakic and 1 was pseudophakic. Nine eyes required trabeculectomy.[]

  • Optic Nerve Glioma

    […] to thrive in very young children Headaches Visual disturbance/loss (children may fall or bump into things more easily because of this symptom and may not complain directly[] Behavioural disturbance Clumsy, uncoordinated walk Developmental delay(s), or early puberty due to hormonal disturbance Double vision, also called strabismus (crossed eyes) Failure[]

  • Glycogen Storage Disease due to GLUT2 Deficiency

    secondary to spherophakia/ectopia lentis and megalocornea 12 Cases 2084 Glaucoma-ectopia- microspherophakia-stiff joints- short stature syndrome 3 Cases 2085 Glaucoma-sleep[] Mutations were also found in patients with atypical clinical signs such as intestinal malabsorption, failure to thrive, the absence of hepatomegaly, or renal hyperfiltration[] .5,6,7,8,9 Case Report: A 18 month old female child (Fig.1), second born of a non consanguineous marriage was brought to us with complains of failure to thrive, abdominal[]

  • Sturge-Weber Syndrome

    Glaucoma drainage devices have also been shown to be effective for glaucoma secondary to SWS. Hamush et al. [56] treated 11 eyes with the Ahmed glaucoma drainage device.[] He presented with a 4-month history of rapidly enlarging left face and maxilla, with complaints of drooling, malocclusion, inability to eat solid foods, failure to thrive,[] During the follow-up period, in one case secondary glaucoma was treated with transscleral cyclophotocoagulation, and in another case, recurrence of the hemangioma was treated[]

  • Exfoliation Syndrome

    Since both syndromes frequently lead to secondary open-angle glaucoma, it is not feasible to determine with certainty which condition was the cause of secondary open-angle[] […] to thrive seen in infants and young children and exhibited as a constellation of physical signs, symptoms, and behaviours, usually associated with maternal loss, absence[] Netherton syndrome with extensive skin peeling and failure to thrive due to a homozygous frameshift mutation in SPINK. Dermatol. In Press.[]

  • Retinal Hemorrhage

    […] angle closure glaucoma, serous or hemorrhagic retinal detachments and retinal vein occlusion. 4,11 Treatment and management Treatment and management of RAMs depend on the[] When these infants present after an ALTE, they may have seizures, decreased muscle tone (limpness), vomiting, failure to thrive, hydrocephalus, altered level of consciousness[] 20 Chronic macular edema and dense long-standing exudates can also cause a permanent loss of best corrected visual acuity. 4,8 Additional reported complications include secondary[]

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