Ophthalmic features of Turner's syndrome

@article{Denniston2004OphthalmicFO,
  title={Ophthalmic features of Turner's syndrome},
  author={Alastair K. O. Denniston and L. Butler},
  journal={Eye},
  year={2004},
  volume={18},
  pages={680-684}
}
AbstractTurner's syndrome is one of the most common of all chromosomal abnormalities and is associated with significant ophthalmic morbidity. Turner's 1938 account included two patients with strabismus, and hitherto the condition has generated more interest among orthoptists than ophthalmologists. This systematic review of the literature seeks to redress the balance. Based on the pooled data of 274 patients with Turner's syndrome, it is the most complete evaluation so far of the prevalence and… 
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