By Leonard B. Nelson MD, Scott E. Olitsky MD
For over 3 decades, Harley’s Pediatric Ophthalmology has been the foremost reference in pediatric ophthalmology. during this 6th version it gives you much more of the special and sensible assurance that has made it the main depended on source within the field.
Completely revised, its new full-color structure can assist the reader determine pathologies and preserve key facts. Its up-to-date desk of contents now contains new info on genetics, review methodologies, diagnostic innovations, and remedy modalities — together with new medicinal drugs. yet most significantly, this new version offers info at the contemporary advances that may enable for early analysis and broader cures for kids with ophthalmic disorders.
• daily, sensible assurance of the complete box of pediatric ophthalmology
• New full-color layout for fast connection with key facts
• New info on genetics pinpoints factors of ophthalmic ailment and assists in prenatal screening
• most modern evaluative and diagnostic recommendations support spot ophthalmic problems early
• members provide readers the insights of confirmed leaders within the field
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It is often characterized by buphthalmos, or an enlarged eye, as a result of increased intraocular pressure during intrauterine life or infancy when the elasticity of the scleral wall and cornea are greatest. Structurally, these eyes have a normal Schlemm’s canal and normal episcleral veins; however, the trabecular meshwork is thought to be abnormal, impeding the drainage of aqueous humor from the anterior chamber. Infants with congenital glaucoma present with the classic triad of epiphora, photophobia, and blepharospasm.
Approximately 80% of girls with Turner syndrome have 44 autosomal chromosomes, a single X, and no sex chromatin. The remaining 20% have other chromosomal variants. The unifying cytogenetic characteristic is the presence of a cell line that does not have two normal X chromosomes. It may lack the second X completely or have an abnormal second X (ring, fragment, deletion). The few patients who have Barr bodies are mosaics (45,X/46,XX) or have a long arm isochromosome—46,X,i(Xq)—an abnormal chromosome with duplication of one arm forming two arms of equal length.
The only histopathologic study of the eye in an 18p deletion was reported by Yanoff and colleagues (375) in a case of cebocephaly with a ring 18. Bilateral microphthalmia with cyst, intrascleral cartilage, intrachoroidal smooth muscle, and other anomalies were seen. No recognizable components of the optic system could be identified. 23. A: A 3-year-old girl with ring chromosome 13, micrognathia, hypertelorism, esotropia, bilateral colobomata of the irides, epicanthal folds, and mongoloid slant of the eyes.