Vol 25: Unilateral Peters Anomaly with Chorioretinal Coloboma in the Other Eye.Report as inadecuate



 Vol 25: Unilateral Peters Anomaly with Chorioretinal Coloboma in the Other Eye.


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This article is from Korean Journal of Ophthalmology : KJO, volume 25.AbstractAn 18-year-old man presented with poor vision in both eyes that had been present since birth. Central corneal opacity and inferior peripheral sclerocornea with iridocorneal adhesion were observed upon anterior segment examination of the left eye. A coloboma of the iris was observed in the patients right eye, which manifested as a small notch in the inferior pupillary margin and cataract. Fundus examination of the right eye showed a large inferior chorioretinal coloboma involving the optic disc and macula. It is essential to examine the fundus in detail, if possible, in cases of Peters anomaly, because these patients may have congenital anomalies such as chorioretinal coloboma.



Author: Cho, Dooyoung; Choi, Donggyu; Nam, Wooho

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