People with Marfan syndrome may have long, thin arms and legs, chest wall abnormalities, a curved spine and lensdislocation or severe myopia (nearsightedness). … Typical characteristics of Marfan syndrome include: being tall abnormally long and slender limbs, fingers, and toes (arachnodactyly, see photo) heart defects lensdislocation … This may include: Lensdislocation Myopia (short sightedness) Glaucoma Cataracts and clouding of vision Retinal detachment As a result of these visual problems, it is unsafe
Moreover, exfoliation syndrome may cause cataract or lensdislocation. … The fact that lensdislocation is observed in some ES patients supports this hypothesis. … If degeneration of zonule fibers causes lensdislocation, this may lead to monocular diplopia or glaucoma.
Lensdislocation and subluxation are commonly found in conjunction with traumatic cataract. … Complications • Lensdislocation and subluxation are commonly found in conjunction with traumatic cataract. • Other associated complications include the following: phacolytic … dislocation, ruptured globe, traumatic optic neuropathy, vitreous hemorrhage, retinal detachment o Monocular diplopia - Lens subluxation with partial phakic and aphakic vision
Based on the signs and symptoms, PSC is classified as: imminent dehiscence of the posterior capsule existing dehiscence of the posterior capsule spontaneous lensdislocation … dislocation does not occur in: A Batten Mayou disease B Trauma C Homocystinuria D Marfan syndrome Ideal site for implantation of I.O.L. is: A Over the retina B Anterior to … dislocation is seen in all the following EXCEPT A Rubella B Marfan's syndrome C Marchesani syndrome D Homocystinuria Snow flake cataract is seen in: A Chalcosis B Diabetics
Causes resulting in high IOP include intraocular bleeding, lensdislocation, phacoanaphylaxis, angle recession, and siderosis. … (anterior dislocation ) Glaucoma inversus The patient enter in attack of glaucoma when the pupil is narrow and relieved by using mydriatics. when the lensdislocated anteriorly … Diseases that commonly cause secondary glaucoma include ocular inflammation (uveitis), lensdislocation, intraocular tumours and injury to the eye.
Lensdislocation would result in monocular diplopia. … Diplopia may be present with either a lensdislocation or extraocular muscle entrapment from an orbital floor fracture. … In the setting of trauma to the eye, care should be taken to consider other potential injuries including: Open globe injury Traumatic iritis Lensdislocation Corneal abrasion