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2006 Series -  April 18, 2006 Lecture 37 of 52  NEXT»

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This 10-year-old girl from India has 20/200 vision in straight ahead gaze.  Her vision improves to 20/100 with her chin down.

1.  This girl is likely to be found to have:   
 

a. albinism
b. nystagmus
c. less eye movement with the eyes in up gaze
d.  a pale fundus
e. all of the above

2.  Her condition would be most likely:  
 

a. autosomal dominant
b. x-linked
c. sporadic
d.  recessive
e. none of the above

3.  Treatment for the head position could consist of:
 
a. recession of the inferior obliques
b. recession of the superior recti and resection of the inferior recti
c. superior oblique tucking
d.  lateral rectus plicaction
e. none of the above

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