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congenital ptosis

a 7month fch complaining of unable to open eyelids and having difficulty for the same

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IN PTOSIS WE SHOULD KNOW THE BASIC SIMPLE CLASSEFECTION THAT IS SIMPLE PTOSIS PTOSIS ASSOCIATED WITH DEFORMETIES OF LIDS AND BLEPHROPHYMOSES PTOSIS ASSOCIATED WITH VARYING DEGREES OF CLINICAL XT OPHTHALMOPLEGIA PTOSIS ASSOCIATED WITH EYNKYNETIC MOVEMENTS OFBJAW AND LIDS SYNKYNETIC. PTOSI SYMPATHETIC PTOSIS ASSOCISTED WITH CONG SYMPATHETIC PALSY PERIODIC PTODIS ASSOCIATED WITH CYVLIC OVULOMOTOR SYNDROME INTERMETTANT PSUEDO PTOSIS ASSIOCISTED WITH FUENES RETRACTION SYNDROME

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Dysmyogenic Ptosis.. Congenital ptosis, or dysmyogenic ptosis, is the most common ptosis seen in childhood. It comprises a group of diseases in which the ptosis is due to a developmental dystrophy of the levator muscle characterized by fibrosis and deficiency of striated muscle fibers. Most cases of congenital ptosis are idiopathic.J

?? Cong.Ptosis, where Upper eyelids can’t raise & they fall, resulting in almost close eyes. It maybe due to auotosomal dominence/recessives or Other conditions. Refer to Opthalmic surgeon

IN PTOSIS WE SHOULD KNOW THE BASIC SIMPLE CLASSEFECTION THAT IS SIMPLE PTOSIS PTOSIS ASSOCIATED WITH DEFORMETIES OF LIDS AND BLEPHROPHYMOSES PTOSIS ASSOCIATED WITH VARYING DEGREES OF CLINICAL XT OPHTHALMOPLEGIA PTOSIS ASSOCIATED WITH EYNKYNETIC MOVEMENTS OFBJAW AND LIDS SYNKYNETIC. PTOSI SYMPATHETIC PTOSIS ASSOCISTED WITH CONG SYMPATHETIC PALSY PERIODIC PTODIS ASSOCIATED WITH CYVLIC OVULOMOTOR SYNDROME INTERMETTANT PSUEDO PTOSIS ASSIOCISTED WITH FUENES RETRACTION SYNDROME

Congenital ptosis....look for Superior rectus weakness and possible stimulus deprivation amblyopia.....

This is a case of blepharophimosis syndrome consisting of blepharo phimosis, telecanthus and epicanthus .

Evaluate for mile stones development Check anterior segment of eye Ask for any discharge,watering Refferd to ophthalmologist to evaluate euryblepharon

Congenital ptosis

Bilateral congenital ptosis. Upper lid crease absent on both sides. If it is not causing any visual problems, can wait. If the eyelid is covering the pupillary area, then it requires correction surgically to prevent amblyopia, neck deformity

??? CONGENITAL PTOSIS OPINION OF OPTHALMOLOGIST

NEED'S.. OPHTHALMIC EXAMINATION AND EXPERTS OPINION.. ?BIL.. CONGENITAL PTOSIS..

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