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NJBMS - Volume 6, Issue 3, January - March 2016

Pages: 120-122

ANATOMICAL DISTORTION IN A RARE CASE OF STAPHYLOMA : A CASE REPORT

Author: ANTONY JOSEPH, JAYA PRAKASH, DEEPTI SHASTRI

Category: Anatomy

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Abstract:

A 45 year old male patient presented to ophthalmology OPD with gradual loss of vision following corneal injury 11 years back. Patient had no perception of light in right eye and 6/6 vision in left eye. On examination patient had three types of staphyloma in the right eye - anterior, ciliary and equatorial staphyloma. Distorted anatomy due to the three types of staphyloma present together is a rare presentation.

Keywords: Staphyloma, Anterior staphyloma, Equatorial staphyloma, Ciliary staphyloma.

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Editor in Chief of NJBMS Dr.Deepti Shastri, Professor and Head, Department of Anatomy, Academic Co-ordinator for Pre and Paraclinical Sciences, VMKV Medical College & Hospital, Salem.


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