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Pupil Enlargement Pictures

Figure 2.71. The affected eye of the same infant exhibits minimal corneal enlargement, clouding secondary to corneal edema, and ectropion uvea with displacement of the pupil temporally.

Figure 2.70. These photographs are of the optic nerves of the patient in Figure 2.69. The optic nerves reveal asymmetrical cupping, reflecting the increased intraocular pressure in the right eye (on the left) and the normal intraocular pressure in the left eye (on the right).

Figure 2.71. The affected eye of the same infant exhibits minimal corneal enlargement, clouding secondary to corneal edema, and ectropion uvea with displacement of the pupil temporally.

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High Intraocular Pressure Pupil

Figure 2.72. This photograph is of the unaffected eye of the same infant showing a clear cornea and central pupil. Again, the asymmetry is very important in diagnosing this glaucoma early.

Figure 2.73. This infant has Sturge-Weber syndrome with glaucoma. The unilateral facial hemangioma is pathognomonic for Sturge-Weber syndrome, and the involvement of the upper lid and conjunctiva is associated with choroidal hemangiomas and secondary glaucoma.

Unilateral Glaucoma Eye Asymmetry
Figure 2.74. The photographs of the optic nerves in the same infant as shown in Figure 2.73 demonstrate the asymmetrical cupping reflecting the increased intraocular pressure in the right eye (on the left) and the normal intraocular pressure in the left eye (on the right).
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