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2009 Series -  February 17, 2009 Lecture 46 of 52  NEXT»

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A 5-month-old infant presented as shown above with a history of watering, photophobia since birth, and wandering eye movements.

1. What is the clinical diagnosis?

a. congenital glaucoma (left > right)
b. posterior polymorphous dystrophy [PPD] (left > right)
c. congenital megalocornea (left > right)
d. none of the above

2. The treatment is:

a. penetrating keratoplasty
b. anti-glaucoma medicines
c. trabeculectomy
d. none of the above

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