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387 Possible Causes for Lens Subluxation

  • Marfan Syndrome

    One patient had a mild lens subluxation in one eye and a moderate lens subluxation in the fellow eye. The other patient had a severe lens subluxation in one eye.[] To review our experience with crystalline lens extraction and iris claw Artisan IOL implantation in patients with lens subluxation secondary to Marfan syndrome.[] The main clinical manifestations include long limbs, long slender fingers, lens subluxation, abnormal cardiac valves, and aortic aneurysm.[]

  • Homocystinuria

    , OD under general anesthesia because of lens subluxation and lattice degeneration.[] The authors reported a 14-year-old boy who presented with multiple organs thrombosis and subluxation of lens.[] Classical familial homocystinuria in an adult presenting as an isolated lens subluxation . Int Ophthalmol 31 , 227–232 (2011). 15. Cozar, M. et al.[]

  • Syndromic Microphthalmia 11

    Lens subluxation (uncommon).[] Lens subluxation has been associated with coloboma of the zonules and ciliary body.[]

  • Metabolic Disorder of Amino Acids

    […] retardation/osteoporosis/tall/kyphosis/lens subluxation/atherosclerosisCysteine essential/Increase B6 Homocystinuria 3Homocysteine methyltransferase deficiency (normally[] […] leads to methionine)HomocysteineCysteineARMental retardation/osteoporosis/tall/kyphosis/lens subluxation/atherosclerosisCysteine essential CystinuriaAmino acid transporter[] Risk of skin cancerNone Homocystinuria 1Cystathionine synthase deficiency (normally leads to cysteine)HomocysteineCysteineARMental retardation/osteoporosis/tall/kyphosis/lens[]

  • Knobloch Syndrome Type 1

    Ocular abnormalities vary and may include congenital cataract, iris abnormalities, and lens subluxation.[] Three patients had lens subluxation in the inferotemporal direction with patient 5 reported to have lens subluxation prior to cataract extraction.[] It is characterized by vitreoretinal degeneration usually with recurrent retinal detachment, retinitis pigmentosa-like features, lens subluxation, congenital high myopia,[]

  • Traumatic Cataract

    This photograph shows a veil of vitreous that is presenting around a subluxed lens.[] subluxation, lens dislocation, ruptured globe, traumatic optic neuropathy, vitreous hemorrhage, retinal detachment o Monocular diplopia - Lens subluxation with partial phakic[] In some cases of lens subluxation, miotics may correct monocular diplopia. Mydriatics may allow for vision around the lens with aphakic correction.[]

  • Jung-Wolff-Back-Stahl Syndrome

    Lens subluxation (uncommon).[] Lens subluxation has been associated with coloboma of the zonules and ciliary body.[]

  • Juvenile Cataract - Microcornea - Renal Glucosuria Syndrome

    , and/or lens subluxation due to impingement on the lens by the tumor, or secondary glaucoma due to infiltration of the trabecular meshwork in the angle of the eye.[] ) It is seen in association with 1 or more dilated episcleral blood vessels, an epibulbar pigmented lesion if there is transscleral extension of the tumor, a cataractous lens[]

  • Syndromic Microphthalmia Type 10

    Lens subluxation (uncommon).[] Lens subluxation has been associated with coloboma of the zonules and ciliary body.[]

  • Statin

    subluxation, (vi) vitreous opacities or (vii) other VR indication.[] […] rhegmatogenous retinal detachment (RRD), (ii) VR interface diseases (macular pucker/hole), (iii) diabetic maculopathy or proliferative retinopathy, (iv) vitreous haemorrhage, (v) lens[]

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