Ocular findings in childhood lactic acidosis.

Abstract

We examined ophthalmologically nine children with lactic acidosis. All showed abnormal ocular findings. Optic atrophy was present in six patients, nystagmus in three, blepharoptosis in one, cataract in one, and limitation on abduction in one. We believe that optic atrophy is the most frequent ocular finding and that nystagmus and ophthalmoplegia are common associations in patients with childhood lactic acidosis.

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@article{Hayasaka1986OcularFI, title={Ocular findings in childhood lactic acidosis.}, author={Seiji Hayasaka and Koji Yamaguchi and Kyosuke Mizuno and Shigeaki Miyabayashi and Kuniaki Narisawa and Kohei Tada}, journal={Archives of ophthalmology}, year={1986}, volume={104 11}, pages={1656-8} }