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Optic Disc Coloboma
Wednesday, 08 April 2009 01:24

 

What is an Optic Disc Coloboma? What is the treatment for an Optic Disc Coloboma?

 

An optic disc coloboma is the incomplete development or closure of the neuro tissue that occurs as a fetus. One can experience decrease vision, visual field defects or be asymptomatic (not notice anything.) This is a congenital anomaly. There is no treatment available.

 

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