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An unusual case of congenital unilateral Coats's disease associated with morning glory optic disc anomaly.
  1. I Kremer,
  2. S Cohen,
  3. R B Izhak and
  4. I Ben-Sira

    Abstract

    We present the case of a 13-year-old girl with a right congenital esotropia who at the age of 6 months presented an anomaly of the optic disc and retinal vessels in the same eye. In the following year she developed Coats's disease, rubeosis iridis, and neovascular glaucoma that led to enucleation. Pathological examination confirmed the clinical diagnosis.

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