Six month old baby with downward displaced pupil. what is the diagnosis?

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Inferonasal (typical) iris coloboma Fundus examination must to see the involvement of retinochoroid coloboma

Typical iris coloboma look for fundus for choroidal involvement

CONG TYPICAL DOWN AND IN COLOBOMA OF IRIS EXCLUDE OTHER CONG LESIONS LIKE COLOBOMA OF CHORIOD OR DISC

Typical Iris Coloboma,also look for Changes Lens and Retina before coming to conclusion.

Typical Iris Coloboma(6'O'clock) also look for other congenital anomalies.

Coloboma iris.. Check Choroidal involvement in both eyes..

Iris coloboma, fundus ex for choroidal involvement

Typical iris coloboma Look for choroidal one also

CONG COLOBOMA OF IRIS TYPICAL DOWN AND IN

Idiopathic tractionanal corectopia

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