Case Report

A Retinal Detachment Case with a Delay in Diagnosis Due to Unilateral Lens Coloboma and Bilateral Ectopic Pupil

10.4274/tjo.37232

  • Hüseyin Mayali
  • Süleyman Sami Ilker
  • Saban Kiliç
  • Emin Kurt
  • Oguz Ulusoy

Received Date: 04.04.2013 Accepted Date: 23.05.2013 Turk J Ophthalmol 2014;44(1):75-77

A 29-year-old female patient was admitted with the complaint of decreased vision in the left eye for the last 9 months. The visual acuity was 0.4 in the right eye and hand movements in the left eye. Biomicroscopic examination revealed ectopic pupils in both eyes and lens coloboma in the left eye; her right lens was normal. There was total retinal detachment in the left fundus. Optic disc, macula, and peripheral retina were normal in the right eye at her fundus examination. In our case, reduction of vision in the left eye was associated with ectopic pupil at various centers and this situation has led to delay in the diagnosis. Therefore, the importance of careful retinal examination should be kept in mind in cases in which the reduction of vision does not correlate with clinical picture.

Keywords: Ectopic pupil, coloboma, ocular, retinal detachment

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