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Guess condition.,. Case examination... Management... I guess uveal coloboma and conjunctivitis Key hole pupil coloboma Irish...

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Corectopia may be congenital or acquired. Midbrain corectopia is commonly caused by infarction and demyelinating disease can cause autonomic pupil abnormalities resulting in corectopia. Conclusion: A careful history and ocular examinatin can aid in determining the etiology of corectopia.

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THIS IS NOT A CASE OF UVEAL COLOBOMA COLOBOMA IS CONG ABSENCE OF PART OF IRIS CAN BE TYPICAL OR ATYPICAL PICTURE SHOWS OVAL PUPIL REST ONE CAN SEE WHOLE OF IRIS IT IS A CONG ANOMALY OF PUPIL NOT IRIS REST PATIENT HAD KIND OF BLEPHROCONJUCTIVITIS AS SUCH PATIENT NEEDS COMPLETE EYE EXAMINATION

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Kee hole coloboma of iris caused by failure of embryonic optic vesicle to close

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Patients frequently present with decreased vision and pain. Iris abnormalities are not typical. Corneal edema and blurred vision are often worse upon awakening in the early stage of the disease. Later in the disease, the corneal edema, decreased vision, and pain may persist throughout the day. corcetopia treatment above

Corectopia may be congenital or acquired. Midbrain corectopia is commonly caused by infarction and demyelinating disease can cause autonomic pupil abnormalities resulting in corectopia. Conclusion: A careful history and ocular examinatin can aid in determining the etiology of corectopia.

This is not an iris coloboma . It is corectopia - a developmental pupil abnormality

Corcetopia and Blephroconjuncivitis..

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