Girl 3yo, with anatomical alteration in both iris. No visual symptoms.

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It's Typical iris coloboma....

Bilateral typical iris coloboma occurs due to defective gene due to failure of closure of optic fissure in 7th week of gastation

Bilateral typical coloboma irirs is due ton closure of opti fissure during 2nd month of pregnancy

TYPICAL COLOBOMA OF IRIS DOWN AND IN LOOK FOR OTHER COLOBOMATA AS COLOBOMA OF CHORIOD OR DISC

It is Iris colaboma. It could be due to some short acting mydriatic?

Typical iris coloboma due to deficiency of the iris tissue

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Bilateral typical iris coloboma

Congenital colobina of iris.

Congenital Iris coloboma

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