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Acute morning glory syndrome: report of a case.
  1. K Rubinstein


    In 1976 a boy of 12 presented with unilateral morning glory syndrome connected with oedema of the posterior fundus and marked loss vision. The recovery was complete within a few months, with visual acuity improving to 6/4. The other eye could see 6/4 and had a normal fundus throughout.

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