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Glaucoma Quiz 6
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Michael Ahdoot M.D. | North Shore University Hospital, New York University School of Medicine

January 18, 2005
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Figure 1
Correctopia and full thickness iris defects.
Figure 2
Gonioscopic view.
Broad leaves of iris stroma adherent to the cornea anterior to Schwalbe's line. Angle architecture is poorly differentiated.
Figure 3
Teeth.
Microdontia.
Figure 4
Umbilicus
Post surgical changes noted after removal of redundant skin.

Case History
These photos are from a 23 year-old female on ocular hypotensive medications.
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Questions
1. What is your diagnosis?
2. What is the inheritance pattern?
3. What is the main associated ocular condition?
4. What extraocular anomalies may be seen?
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