Muhammad Khalil Rana

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rown's syndrome 1, 2, 3 is a motility defect which is characterized by an inability to raise the adducted eye above the horizontal midline, less or no elevation deficit in abducted position. There is slight down shoot of the adducting involved eye with widening of the palpebral fissure on adduction. Exodeviation usually increases as the eyes are moved(More)
Posterior microphthalmos is a rare condition which is characterized by the disproportionately small size of the posterior segment of the eye. The corneal diameter, central anterior chamber depth and the lens thickness are all within the normal range. We present a case of posterior microphthalmos with all normal anterior segment measurements except increased(More)
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