Image Highlight: Axenfeld-Rieger syndrome

Pupillary abnormalities such as those shown in this image are one of the diagnostic features of Axenfield-Rieger syndrome, a condition that can lead to gradual and irreversible visual loss.

Figure: 1a Microdontia and hypodontia. 1b Slit pupil and iris atrophy right eye. 1c Corectopia with iris atrophy left eye. 1d Posterior embryotoxon right eye. 1e Posterior embryotoxon left eye. 1f Broad peripheral anterior synechiae right eye.


Read the case report of a 34-year-old man diagnosed with Axenfield-Rieger syndrome, complete with literature review.


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