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The ectodermal form of Peters’ anomaly. A case report

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Peters’ anomaly is a rare congenital pathology of the ocular anterior segment characterized by the dysgenesis of the eyeball elements. The article presents a clinical case of patient E., 10 months of age, examined at the Academician S.N. Fyodorov FSАI IRTC “Eye Microsurgery”, Tambov branch.

Keywords

Peters’ anomaly; congenital cataract; corneal opacity

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DOI

10.20310/1810-0198-2017-22-4-678-681

UDC

617.7

Pages

678-681

References

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Received

2017-06-27

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Medicine. modern achievements in ophthalmology

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