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672 Possible Causes for Iris Atrophy

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa with Situs Inversus

    atrophy or iris neovascularization may also be seen.[] Myopia and Situs inversus totalis. may also develop some of the following symptoms: Uncommon Symptoms - Between 30% and 50% cases Strabismus Nevus Abnormality of the kidney Iris[] […] usual ocular feature of Sickle cell disease (SCD) is proliferative sickle cell retinopathy but rarely conjunctival sickling sign, lid oedema secondary to sickle crisis, iris[]

  • Axenfeld-Rieger Syndrome Type 3

    Encompassed by three variations (1) Chandler’s Syndrome, (2) essential iris atrophy, (3) Cogan-Reese(iris nevus).[] The left eye shows sclerocornea, iris atrophy, pupillary ruff atrophy, polycoria, corectopia [Fig.2] and neovascularisation of iris (temporal 2 clock hours), posterior embryotoxon[] […] into the posterior trabecular meshwork, iris abnormalities including corectopia, iris atrophy, iris hole with or without systemic abnormalities. [4] Genetic analysis in patients[]

  • Iris Disorder

    Essential iris atrophy. Orphanet. Last Update February 2012. (s)/group%20of%20diseases Essential-iris-atrophy&title Essential-iris-atrophy&search Disease_Search_Simple .[] […] and ciliary body 364.42 Rubeosis iridis 364.51 Essential or progressive iris atrophy 364.52 Iridoschisis 364.53 Pigmentary iris degeneration 364.54 Degeneration of pupillary[] H21.272 …… left eye H21.273 …… bilateral H21.279 …… unspecified eye H21.29 Other iris atrophy H21.3 Cyst of iris, ciliary body and anterior chamber H21.30 Idiopathic cysts[]

  • Traumatic Cataract

    atrophy, and zonular abnormalities commonly found.[] […] is a rare, bilateral, nonprogressive, hereditary, congenital disorder, characterized by the enlargement of all anterior segment structures of the eye, with megalocornea , iris[] […] is a rare, bilateral, nonprogressive, hereditary, congenital disorder, characterized by the enlargement of all anterior segment structures of the eye, with megalocornea, iris[]

  • Posterior Subcapsular Cataract

    After multivariate analysis, the variables that remained significantly associated were myopia and iris atrophy for nuclear cataract; iris atrophy, pseudoexfoliation syndrome[] Univariate analysis showed that myopia and iris atrophy were significantly associated with nuclear cataract.[] Myopia, iris atrophy, use of corticosteroids and familial occurrence of cataract presented an association with posterior subcapsular cataract.[]

  • Scleromalacia

    There was no associated iris atrophy, no anterior chamber activity, intraocular pressure was 26 mmHg, and fundal examination of the left eye showed a cupped disc (CD 0.9)[]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa 26

    Case report: This report presents a case of a 22-year-old female patient with unilateral glaucoma, increased intraocular pressure, increased cup–disc ratio, iris atrophy,[] atrophy, and glaucoma.[] Clinical Hospital of the University of São Paulo Medical School, São Paulo, Brazil Purpose: To report a case of a young patient with retinitis pigmentosa (RP), essential iris[]

  • Chandler Syndrome

    Progressive growth of endothelium over iris. ( 9715703 ) Tester R.A....Morris P. 1998 9 Pathogenesis of Chandler's syndrome, essential iris atrophy and the Cogan-Reese syndrome[] The endothelium is most affected in essential iris atrophy.[] This case is an example of early essential iris atrophy.[]

  • X-Linked Alport Syndrome

    Other ocular abnormalities that may be detected in Alport syndrome are poor macular reflex, microcornea, spontaneous lens rupture, spherophakia, iris atrophy, cataracts, and[]

  • Anisocoria

    Causes of anisocoria include: congenital or acquired iris problems (e.g. iris hypoplasia, iris atrophy and iritis), glaucoma and fundus abnormalities should be considered.[] In other cases, such as with iris atrophy, it may be untreatable.[] There is no treatment procedure available for iris sphincter atrophy or congenital malformations.[]

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