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11 Possible Causes for Prominent Scleral Vessels

  • Cutis Marmorata Telangiectatica Congenita

    scleral vessels, chronic corneal retinal pigment alterations, pigmentary retinosisousancy in limb length, scoliosis, spinal dysraphism,ertrophy, syndactyly, macrocephaly,[] Iation, bilateral deafness, idiopathic facials, hydrocephalus, diabetes insipidus, plexiformroma, psychomotor retardationtionselanosis, iris mammillations and hamartomas,a, prominent[]

  • Erythema Elevatum Diutinum

    Erythematous nodules and plaques over both palms Ocular congestion showing scleral vessels, more prominent over right sclera There was no clinical evidence of Hansen's disease[] On examination multiple tender erythematous papules and firm nodules were present on both palms and both legs. [ Figure 1 ] Bilateral scleral congestion was present. [ Figure[]

  • Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy

    Prominent teleangiectatic retinal vessels were also temporally present. Evident epiretinal membranes were present in the postequatorial area.[] We performed a scleral buckling, vitrectomy, membrane peeling, endophotocoagulation and silicone oil tamponade.[]

  • Optic Disc Drusen

    Thickened sclera with prominent scleral vessels was described in affected family members.[]

  • Non-Syndromic Aplasia Cutis Congenita

    scleral vessels, chronic corneal edema, retinal pigment alterations, pigmentary retinosis Miscellaneous Discrepancy in limb length, scoliosis, spinal dysraphism, hemihypertrophy[] […] paralysis, hydrocephalus, diabetes insipidus, plexiform neurofibroma, psychomotor retardation Eye alterations Ocular melanosis, iris mammillations and hamartomas, glaucoma, prominent[]

  • Nijmegen Breakage Syndrome-Like Disorder

    There were prominent scleral conjunctival vessels, but no overt telangiectasias in any body regions.[]

  • Choroideremia - Deafness - Obesity Syndrome

    These symptoms are paralleled by loss of the choroidal vessels and depigmentation of the fundus, which are most prominent in the midperiphery, whereas the macular region is[] In the end stage of the disorder, the fundus is of scleral whiteness, choroidal vessels are absent except for possible remnants in the macular region, and retinal vessels[]

  • Complication of Procedure

    A prominent finding was the occurrence of the scleral thinning in a region lacking conjunctival, episcleral, or scleral vessels.[] In the right medial conjunctiva, there was a 2 1 mm region of conjunctival erosion with fluorescein uptake associated with scleral thinning and calcium deposits (Figure 1[]

  • Ocular Melanoma

    (prominent epiescleral vessels especially in those involving ciliary body).[] Scleral transillumination has been advocated by Reese. [ 17 ] The lesions most commonly mistaken for choroidal melanoma are choroidal nevus (49%), periphereal exudative hemorrhagic[] […] pigmented, dome-shaped or collar button-shaped tumor in a minority of cases and an associated exudative retinal detachment, orange tumor pigmentation (Lipofuscin) and sentinel vessels[]

  • H Syndrome

    In addition, the patient had bilateral gynecomastia, micropenis, mild scoliosis, lateral tibial torsion, hallux valgus, facial telangiectasias, dilated lateral scleral vessels[] Prominent varicosities were noted on the abdomen, pubis, genitalia and thighs.[]

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