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Patients with congenital achromatopsia and congenital stationary night blindness have been known to show a transient pupillary constriction to darkness. We examined 50 normal subjects and 108 patients with retinal and optic nerve dysfunction to see if any had an initial pupillary constriction to darkness. We used a new infrared television apparatus. Four(More)
Nine patients with the Marfan syndrome and 40 of their first degree relatives were evaluated for the presence of cardiac, skeletal and ophthalmologic abnormalities. Aortic root dilatation and mitral valve prolapse were sought by echocardiography, and the metacarpal index was calculated from hand X-rays. Abnormalities of all the tests performed were present(More)
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