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At present congenital cataract is associated with mutation in more than 18 known genes that include; FTL, CRYGC, CRYBB2, CRYBA1, EPHA2, CRYAB, CHMP4B.
In the middle-income countries of Europe, these causes were congenital cataract, glaucoma, and ROP.
Patients with a significant amount of ptosis or congenital cataract were explained about the possibility of stimulus deprivation amblyopia and were referred for surgical correction.
Congenital cataract (CC) refers to cataract observable at early year of life [sup][1] and is the leading cause of visual losses in children worldwide.
Method: We performed anterior capsular vitreorhexis, lens matter aspiration (LMA), primary posterior vitrectorhexis and anterior vitrectomy via corneal approach using 20 gauge vitrectomy system in children younger than two years of age with congenital cataract between January 2014 to December 2014.
Population-based case-control study of isolated congenital cataract.
4%) cases with congenital anomalies of eyes which, included congenital cataract (19%), micro ophthalmia (16.
Table 2 Braille students distributed according to nosological groups, principal ophthalmic diagnoses, and year of birth (6-year periods) Diagnoses N 60-65 66-71 72-77 78-83 Sequelae to brain disorders Anomaly of the brain 2 1 (unspecified) Brain tumor 8 1 2 Sequelae to brain disorders (unspecified) 13 2 1 4 1 Congenital ocular anomalies Albinism (unspecified) 1 1 Coloboma of uvea 3 Congenital anomaly 2 1 Congenital anophthalmos 9 3 1 1 Congenital cataract (a) 16 5 5 3 Congenital glaucoma 12 3 3 1 1 Congenital maculapathy 1 Congenital nystagmus 1 1 Cong.
Congenital cataract affects about 3/10,000 newborns in India (5) and is the most serious type of childhood cataract because of its potential for inhibiting or restricting early visual development and in India, 7.
The 3 months of age infant with bilateral congenital cataract was referred to our department because of bradycardia.
The association of rubella virus in congenital cataract - a hospital-based study in India.

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