Coloboma, Staphyloma, and Cataract of the Left Eye

Coloboma, Staphyloma, and Cataract of the Left Eye

Coloboma, Staphyloma, and Cataract of the Left Eye

Coloboma, Staphyloma, and Cataract of the Left Eye

SKU: C06002

This exhibit compares normal left eye anatomy to an eye with coloboma, staphyloma, and a cataract. Coloboma is a congenital defect of the eye, caused by the failed closure of the choroid fissure before birth. In this particular case, it presents as a hole in the choroid, retina, lens, and iris. A large staphyloma (abnormal protrusion of the sclera) is present in the macular region of the posterior chamber, and cataract development can be seen in the lens.

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