Are People With Coloboma Iris Including People With Low Vision?
good evening doctor, I was diagnosed by an ophthalmologist as a sufferer of coloboma next to birth from which my iris is not rounded in the middle but like the iris of a cat’s eye extending downward, even one eye does not look like a normal person, who I want to ask if I belong people with low vision doctors?
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Iris coloboma is a condition of failure of the unification of embryonic tissue so that the typical appearance is the shape of the pupil (black part of the eye) which is shaped like a key hole where it should be round. In some conditions it can be accompanied by similar conditions in other parts such as the eye nerve, the back of the eye in the form of a retina.
In conditions where coloboma only occurs in the iris or the colored front part of the eye, it is usually rare until a sharp disturbance of vision, but if coloboma is found in the back of the eye such as the retina to the eye nerve, it can cause visual acuity disorders that can cause low vision conditions.
Some coloboma conditions can be accompanied by other disorders such as
Certain syndromes such as CHARGE (usually accompanied by disorders of the heart, mental retardation), cat eye syndrome, or
To establish the diagnosis and see other abnormalities should consult with a doctor, especially an ophthalmologist for eye examination both in terms of function or structure. This examination should be done especially if there is interference with vision function.
Iris prosthesis to improve aesthetics
The use of glasses
Laser surgery especially if nerve damage occurs
More information in the following article.
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