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By Ashish Arjun Ahuja, DNB, FICO,(UK), FAICO (Retina)
ARAVIND EYE HOSPITAL
Co-author(s): Dr.Amjad umer Furniturewala , MS (Ophthalmology), FRCS . Roshni soni (M.opto) , zartash nasib (B.opto)
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- Last modified by Ashish Arjun Ahuja, DNB, FICO,(UK), FAICO (Retina) on Oct 1, 2019.
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- Morning glory syndrome with contractile movements of the optic disc
- Morning Glory Syndrome
- Zartash nasib ( B . Optometrist)
- Imaging device
- A 16-year-old female patient presented at Orbit Eye Hospital, mumbai with complaints of diminished vision in the left eye since childhood. Vision in OS was finger counting 2 meters with myopic refraction (-8.00) and other eye was normal. Fundus examination revealed a morning glory disc anomaly with pulsatile movements of the tissue present in the optic disc.