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    241 Possible Causes for Lens Subluxation in USA

    • Homocystinuria
      Lens Subluxation

      Ocular Findings 38% of 5 year-old patients with untreated homocystinuria have lens subluxation, and almost all patients have it by age 25 (Figure 1).[aao.org] Pupillary block occurs in some patients with anterior lens subluxation and leads to elevation of intraocular pressure and to corneal decompensation from lens-endothelial contact[aao.org] Classical familial homocystinuria in an adult presenting as an isolated lens subluxation .[nature.com]

    • Marfan Syndrome
      Lens Subluxation

      ., lens subluxation).[aapos.org] If the lens subluxation is subtle then imaging with high-resolution ultrasound biomicroscopy might be used.[en.wikipedia.org] Ocular evaluation for myopia and lens subluxation requires ophthalmology assessment.[nature.com]

    • Keratoglobus
      Glaucoma due to Lens Subluxation or Dislocation
    • Lens Dislocation

      […] in a young adult presenting with bilateral lens subluxations. ( 27046515 ) Couser N.L....Muenzer J. 2016 3 Recessive mutations in LEPREL1 underlie a recognizable lens subluxation[malacards.org] Pathologic evidence of pseudoexfoliation in cases of in-the-bag intraocular lens subluxation or dislocation. ( 25935341 ) Liu E....Kohnen T. 2015 7 Intraocular lens subluxation[malacards.org] 17 Traumatic in-the-bag intraocular lens subluxation. ( 24088929 ) Rankin J.K....Pineda R. 2013 18 Lens subluxation with stretched ciliary processes in a girl with Goltz[malacards.org]

    • Ectopia Lentis

      Lens subluxation is also seen in dogs and is characterized by a partial displacement of the lens.[en.wikipedia.org] A partial dislocation of a lens is termed lens subluxation or subluxated lens; a complete dislocation of a lens is termed lens luxation or luxated lens.[en.wikipedia.org] Other signs of lens subluxation include mild conjunctival redness, vitreous humour degeneration, prolapse of the vitreous into the anterior chamber, and an increase or decrease[en.wikipedia.org]

    • Marfan Syndrome Type 2

      MEN2B would not explain lens subluxation.[medbullets.com] Ehlers-Danlos would not explain this patient’s lens subluxation.[medbullets.com] On slit-lamp examination, the patient is found to have bilateral upward lens subluxation and is prescribed corrective lenses.[medbullets.com]

    • Blepharoptosis - Myopia - Ectopia Lentis Syndrome

      More Causes » Types of Ectopia lentis Some of the types of this condition may include: 3 Lens luxation Lens subluxation ...[familydiagnosis.com] More General Information » Related Disease Articles Lens subluxation : Summary Partial dislocation of the lens of the eye. ... ...[familydiagnosis.com] More on Lens subluxation » Aniridia : Aniridia is an eye disorder characterized by a complete or partial absence of the colored part of the eye (the iris).[familydiagnosis.com]

    • Pseudoexfoliation Syndrome

      As the eye is usually dilated for examination, iridodonesis is usually not apparent if there is lens subluxation.[mrcophth.com] Look for: trabeculectomy fundus for optic disc cupping (glaucoma caused by pseudoexfoliation syndrome is also termed capsular glaucoma) lens subluxation or phacodonesis.[mrcophth.com] If the patient has vision problems, the surgeon must look specifically for lens subluxation or dislocation and correct the problem as soon as possible.[eyeworld.org]

    • Lipoid Proteinosis

      Bilateral lens subluxation in a case of lipoid proteinosis.[japi.org] Lens subluxation has been reported.3 Neurologic manifestations include seizures, memory deficits and abnormal behaviour.[japi.org] subluxation with phacodonesis and iridodonesis.[japi.org]

    • Aniridia

      subluxation Progressive pannus involving the entire cornea may necessitate penetrating keratoplasty Genetic counseling[dro.hs.columbia.edu] subluxation, microphakia, cataract, strabismus, nystagmus, amblyopia, optic nerve atrophy or hypoplasia, and foveal hypoplasia Approximately two thirds are familial in origin[dro.hs.columbia.edu] […] grayish haze or opacification with a circumferential corneal epithelial pannus that advances centrally Other related ocular findings include: ptosis secondary to photophobia, lens[dro.hs.columbia.edu]

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