Topics Discussed: anophthalmos; congenital cerebral hernia; craniofacial abnormalities; microphthalmos; ophthalmology; orbital diseases.
Sections: Trauma, Orbital Malignancies, Infections, Inflammation, Vascular and Lymphatic Malformations, Other Orbital Lesions, References.
Excerpt:"Many craniofacial malformations have associated orbital findings.
In most, the orbit is shallow and the eye appears protuberant. Disorders
secondary to craniosynostosis include Crouzon, Apert, Pfeiffer, and Saethre-Chotzen
syndromes. The most common ocular problems associated with
craniosynostosis syndromes are corneal exposure and strabismus (Figure
264A and B). Compression of the optic nerve may also occur...."
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