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Persistent pupillary membrane . This is congenital pupil disorder due to lack of disappearance of vascular arcades surrounding the pupil in embryonic life. Needs to be differentiated from posterior synechia which extends from pupil margin to the crystalline lens.

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Persistent pupillary membrane..  PPM is a condition of the eye involving remnants of a fetal membrane that persist as strands of tissue crossing the pupil. The pupillary membrane in mammals exists in the fetus as a source of blood supply for the lens. It normally atrophies from the time of birth to the age of four to eight weeks..

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Persistent pupillary membrane . This is congenital pupil disorder due to lack of disappearance of vascular arcades surrounding the pupil in embryonic life. Needs to be differentiated from posterior synechia which extends from pupil margin to the crystalline lens.

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Persistent primary pupil usually it disappears but some portion sometimes remains if it interferes in vision surgical excision is done

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Persistent pupillary membrane.

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Persistent pupillary membrane lack of vascular arcades surrounding the pupil and homide eyes drops May be breakage the threads.

PPM is congenital synechiae are acquired .

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Needs to dilated break down the threads or gonioscopy