Figure 2.14. TORCH diseases must be considered with unilateral or bilateral microphthalmia in any small-for-gestational-age infant. This is a microphthalmic eye in an infant with congenital toxoplasmosis who weighed 2500 g at birth and was 39 weeks gestational age.
Figure 2.15. Rubella glaucoma is an uncommon ocular finding in infants with congenital rubella. Glaucoma occurs in less than 10% of infants with congenital rubella and usually is transient. It is probably related to inflammation.
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