Ovalization of the pupil due to a sphincter of the iris following cataract extraction
Axenfeld-Rieger syndrome is a rare genetic disorder characterized by absent or under-developed teeth, mild craniofacial abnormalities, and various abnormalities of the eye, especially glaucoma. The main symptoms of Rieger syndrome are: eye anomalies including an underdeveloped iris, a small cornea, an opaque ring around the outer edge of the cornea, adhesions in the front of the eye, and displacement of the pupil of the eye so that it is not centered.
Gebrauchsgraphik No. 5 1966
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Heavily vascularized cornea
Complete cicatrization of the corneal surface
Senile cataract is an age-related, vision-impairing disease characterized by gradual, progressive thickening of the lens of the eye.