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Open Neurol J. 2009 Jun 30;3:45-7. doi: 10.2174/1874205X00903010045.

Morning glory syndrome associated with posterior lenticonus.

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Department of Ophthalmology, People's Hospital of Peking University, Beijing 100044, P.R. China.

Abstract

The clinical features of the morning glory syndrome (MSG) are demonstrated in a 12-year-old male patient with the posterior lenticonus in the left eye. This patient had retinal detachment in the left eye. A complete ocular examination was performed and the patient underwent a pars plana vitrectomy of the left eye. Slit-lamp examination revealed the posterior lenticonus with the posterior subcapsular opacities in the left eye. The fundus showed the symptoms of MGS. The discs were pink and deeply excavated, surrounded by a ring of chorioretinal pigmentary disturbance. The retina has remained reattached for six months after surgery. Although most cases of MGS present with retinal and vitrea abnormalities, it may also occur in association with the lens anomalies, including the posterior lenticonus and subcapsular cataract. This association may be helpful to explore the pathogenesis of MGS.

KEYWORDS:

Morning glory syndrome; posterior lenticonus.

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