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2004 Series -  March 9, 2004 Lecture 43 of 50  NEXT»

 

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A 10-year-old moderately mentally retarded girl presented with the pupillary abnormality shown.  Her visual acuity is right eye 20/60 and left eye 20/40. 

1.  The most likely diagnosis in this case is: 
  a.  persistent hyaloid membrane
b.  astroid hyalitis
c.  Mittendorf
d.  persistent pupillary membrane

2.  This child could have: 
  a.  cataract
b.  amblyopia
c.  a and b
d.  none of the above

3.  The most appropriate management of this case would include: 
  a.  excision of the pupillary membrane
b.  no immediate treatment; just observation
c.
  cataract extraction
d.  laser treatment

 

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