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FIGURE 1-22A-B. (A) Photograph of 6-month-old with colobomatous microphthalmia and orbital cyst anomaly. Note the left lower eyelid cyst causing a mass in the lower lid, left blepharophimosis (small lids and narrow lid fissure), and apparently normal right eye. (B) Desmarres retractors open the eyelids in an attempt to expose the microphthalmic left eye. The only remnant of eye that could be seen externally was a small dimple just nasal to the lid retractors.

FIGURE 1-22C-D. (C) CT scan shows the presence of a left microph-thalmic eye, left lower lid cyst, and right optic nerve coloboma. At the time of surgery to remove the cyst, a stalk was found connecting the cyst to the microphthalmic eye. (D) Fundus photograph of optic nerve, right eye (good eye). Note the presence of a large optic nerve coloboma. This was an isolated optic nerve coloboma; the right eye was otherwise normal.

FIGURE 1-22C-D. (C) CT scan shows the presence of a left microph-thalmic eye, left lower lid cyst, and right optic nerve coloboma. At the time of surgery to remove the cyst, a stalk was found connecting the cyst to the microphthalmic eye. (D) Fundus photograph of optic nerve, right eye (good eye). Note the presence of a large optic nerve coloboma. This was an isolated optic nerve coloboma; the right eye was otherwise normal.

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