she is blind not for birth she is 13 year girl openion and daignos please?????

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Bilateral corneal opacity May be due to severe vitA deficiency in childhood If internal eye (vitruos & retina) r normal may get benefit from corneal transplant Ophthalmologist opinion

Thanks sir
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But vascularity corneal opacity may be due to keratitis most likely viral or xerophthalmia also the treatment is however same provided post segment is normal.

Yes it should be bilateral corneal opacity due to vitamin A def. Look for posterior segment with B scan . If normal then can plan PK

Mam what about ambylopia? are we thinking in terms of something is better than nothing?
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BILATERAL CORNEAL SCARRING. 13 YEARS, WITH SO MUCH OF DEFORMITY ??? IT'S PATHETIC !!! OPTHALMOLOGIST EVALUATION.

DD XEROPHTHALMIA AMBLYOPIA RULE OUT RUBELLA ADVICE ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY TREATMENT AS ADVICE BY ALL OPHTHALMOLOGIST

Bilateral leucoma with degenerative pannus probably following keratomalacia.No treatment will be helpful.

Following Severe dry eye... Keratoconjunctivitis sicca...

severe measles infection in childhood is also possibility
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Bil.corneal opacity 1)vital.A deficiency 2)trauma

Any previous history of injury
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Bilateral Corneal opacity with vascularisation

Bilateral Adherent Leucoma...

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