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Stickler's syndrome associated with congenital glaucoma



Stickler's syndrome associated with congenital glaucoma



Ophthalmic Genetics 19(1): 55-58



A case report of Stickler's syndrome associated with congenital glaucoma is presented. Stickler's syndrome is an autosomal dominant disorder characterised by progressive arthropathy, midfacial flattening, Pierre Robin anomaly or cleft palate, sensorineural hearing loss, progressive myopia, vitreoretinal degeneration, and retinal detachment. Congenital glaucoma and Stickler's syndrome are two diagnoses frequently considered in high myopia in infancy. The case report described presents a case of Stickler's syndrome in association with congenital glaucoma. This association is unusual, but important to recognise in the neonatal period. The possibility of coexistence of these clinical entities, should be considered in the future.

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PMID: 9587930

DOI: 10.1076/opge.19.1.55.2177


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