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Factsheet About Coloboma of the Eye

For a printable version of this page see: Factsheet About Coloboma of the Eye THE EYES IN CHARGE: FOR THE OPHTHALMOLOGIST Roberta A. Pagon, M.D. Division of Medical Genetics, CH-25, Children’s Hospital /Medical Center, Box C5371, Seattle, WA 98105-0371 bpagon@u.washington.edu (206) 526-2056 OPHTHALMOLOGIC ANOMALIES SEEN IN CHARGE Coloboma (80-90%) Iris Retina Optic Nerve Microphthalmia Facial nerve […]

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“I know of no identified sub-group within the population of people with multi-sensory impairment who have so many medical problems, of such complexity and severity, and with so many hidden or delayed difficulties, and yet no sub-group has shown such a consistent ability to rise triumphantly above these problems” – David Brown Despite seemingly insurmountable […]

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