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2009 Series -  February 24, 2009 Lecture 45 of 52  NEXT»

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Figure 1 - Right eye

Figure 2 - Left eye

A 22-year-old male presented with complaints of itching of the eyes that was diagnosed and treated as allergic conjunctivitis. An incidental finding is seen as shown in the figures above.

1. Given that there was no refractive error, the eyes were aligned, and the patient had normal stereo acuity, what would you consider a possible visual acuity?

a. 6/6 in both eyes
b. 6/6 OD and 6/12 OS
c. less than 6/12 in both eyes
d. less than 6/24 in both eyes
e. none of the above

2. What is the most likely diagnosis?

a. Lisch nodules
b. persistent primary vitreous
c. persistent pupillary membrane
d. anterior cleavage syndrome
e. none of the above

3. In a case like this, what would be the most likely treatment?
a. none; just observe
b. laser treatment to the iris bands
c. surgical incision of the iris bands
d. miotoc thereapy
e. none of the above

For answers to the above, click here on or after March 3, 2009.

 

 


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