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2009 Series -  January 27, 2009 Lecture 49 of 52  NEXT»

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An 18-year-old man presented as shown above. There was no history of injury or surgery in the past.

1. What is the diagnosis?

a. cryptophthalmos
b. pseudo-coloboma
c. true coloboma
d. Goldenhar syndrome

2. The treatment of choice would probably be:

a. skin and mucosal graft
b. skin transposition flap and mucosal graft
c. direct closure +/- lateral cantholysis and canthotomy
d. Cutler-Beard procedure

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