Paediatric ophthalmology: Case nine
|This is the slit-lamp appearance of a ten
year-old girl whose brother had bilateral poor vision and nystagmus.
a. What does the picture show?
The iris shows diffuse loss of pigment giving a moth eaten appearance.b. What is the diagnosis?
The patient is a carrier of X-linked ocular albinism.
Albinism can be divided into:Clinically, albinism can be divided into:
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