By American Academy of Ophthalmology, Steven I. Rosenfeld, MD
Studies the anatomy, body structure, embryology, and pathology of the lens. additionally offers an summary of lens and cataract surgical procedure, and describes the problems of surgical procedure.
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Additionally, the cornea appears FIGURE 1-28. Photograph of congenital corneal opacity involving the temporal half of the cornea. Handheld slit lamp examination revealed iris strands to the cornea, ﬂat peripheral cornea, and a blending of sclera and cornea in the periphery. The diagnosis is anterior chamber dysgenesis syndrome, including sclerocornea, cornea plana, and Peter’s anomaly. 67 Sclerocornea may be associated with other anomalies such as microphthalmia, coloboma, and anterior chamber dysgenesis (Fig.
FIGURE 1-24. Photograph of ectropion uvea caused by peripheral anterior stromal membrane pulling the pupillary margin forward, exposing posterior pigment epithelium. Note there is an associated corectopia and dyscoria. The appearance of the eccentric pupil could be classiﬁed as an atypical iris coloboma. This is not a true coloboma because of the location and the presence of an intact iris root. FIGURE 1-25. Isolated limbal dermoid at inferotemporal limbus, right eye. Hair cilia emanates from the center of the lesion.
1-27). This syndrome may be associated with orbital (or eyelid) cysts (Fig. 1-28). It is important to recognize that delay in closure of the ﬁssure during a critical growth period may result in inadequate globe expansion. However, if the ﬁssure eventually closes, it may be difﬁcult to distinguish between colobomatous and noncolobomatous microphthalmia. In colobomatous microphthalmia, the optic vesicle size is initially normal and a normal-sized palpebral ﬁssure would be expected, whereas with microphthalmia that results from a primary abnormality in the neural plate and optic sulci, the palpebral ﬁssure would be small.
2007-2008 Basic and Clinical Science Course Section 11: Lens and Cataract by American Academy of Ophthalmology, Steven I. Rosenfeld, MD