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Cryptophthalmos (failure of eyelids to separate), one of the characteristics of Fraser Syndrome. May occur in one or, more commonly, both eyes, with varying severity (complete, incomplete, or abortive)

Cryptophthalmos (failure of eyelids to separate), one of the characteristics of Fraser Syndrome. May occur in one or, more commonly, both eyes, with varying severity (complete, incomplete, or abortive)

Traumatic Cataract with iridodialysis and lens coloboma

Traumatic Cataract with iridodialysis and lens coloboma

What Does Your Eye Color Say About You? They say the eyes are the window to the soul, but they are also a window to your gene. Your iris regulates how much light enters your eye and protects internal organs from harmful UV radiation. But why exactly are irises colored? Find the answer here in this interesting infographic:

What Does Your Eye Color Say About You? They say the eyes are the window to the soul, but they are also a window to your gene. Your iris regulates how much light enters your eye and protects internal organs from harmful UV radiation. But why exactly are irises colored? Find the answer here in this interesting infographic:

The six main causes of calcific band keratopathy are: hypercalcemia caused by hyperparathyroidism, vitamin D toxicity, milk-alkali syndrome, sarcoidosis, hereditary transmission, elevated serum phosphorus with normal calcium, exposure to mercury, and silicone oil instillation in an aphakic eye

The six main causes of calcific band keratopathy are: hypercalcemia caused by hyperparathyroidism, vitamin D toxicity, milk-alkali syndrome, sarcoidosis, hereditary transmission, elevated serum phosphorus with normal calcium, exposure to mercury, and silicone oil instillation in an aphakic eye

Rubeosis Iridis is a condition characterized by the formation of new weaker and unstable blood vessels on the surface of the iris secondary to ischemic events such as diabetic retinopathy and vein occlusion and increases a patient's risk for neovascular glaucoma.

Rubeosis Iridis is a condition characterized by the formation of new weaker and unstable blood vessels on the surface of the iris secondary to ischemic events such as diabetic retinopathy and vein occlusion and increases a patient's risk for neovascular glaucoma.

Systemic disorders that can be associated with uveitis include:[5][6]  Ankylosing spondylitis Behçets disease Chronic granulomatous disease Enthesitis Inflammatory bowel disease Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis Kawasakis disease Multiple sclerosis Polyarteritis nodosa Psoriatic arthritis Reactive arthritis Sarcoidosis Systemic lupus erythematosus Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada syndrome Whipples disease

Systemic disorders that can be associated with uveitis include:[5][6] Ankylosing spondylitis Behçets disease Chronic granulomatous disease Enthesitis Inflammatory bowel disease Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis Kawasakis disease Multiple sclerosis Polyarteritis nodosa Psoriatic arthritis Reactive arthritis Sarcoidosis Systemic lupus erythematosus Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada syndrome Whipples disease

AMAZING REALITIES: Pupula Duplex-An Extremely Rare Condition

AMAZING REALITIES: Pupula Duplex-An Extremely Rare Condition

Wilson’s disease is a condition where it generates strange accumulation of copper in the body, mainly deposits in the liver tissue by damaging the liver, brain, eyes and kidneys, this accumulation is given by a deficit in the biliary excretion of copper. It is named after the physician Samuel Alexander Kinnier Wilson, who was the first to talk about it. It is a congenital disease is inherited, the gene responsible for this disease is the gene 13.

Wilson’s disease is a condition where it generates strange accumulation of copper in the body, mainly deposits in the liver tissue by damaging the liver, brain, eyes and kidneys, this accumulation is given by a deficit in the biliary excretion of copper. It is named after the physician Samuel Alexander Kinnier Wilson, who was the first to talk about it. It is a congenital disease is inherited, the gene responsible for this disease is the gene 13.

retinal detachment visible through pupil

retinal detachment visible through pupil

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