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Answers: 2005 Series -  October 18, 2005 Lecture 11 of 52  NEXT»

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This four-year-old boy is one of several similarly affected in his family.  Except for the  facial characteristics, the child and other family members appear to be normal.

1.  The typical findings in this case are:   
 

d -- all of the above

The typical findings include blepharophimosis, epicanthus inversus, telecanthus and, in addition, ptosis.


2.  This condition is transmitted as:
 

a -- autosomal dominant

This condition is transmitted as an autosomal dominant.


3.  Treatment of this condition entails:  
  c -- complex and staged oculoplastic repair

Treatment of this condition requires complex staged oculoplastic repair.

 


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