Monthly Archives: December 2015
Coloboma, cataract and glaucoma are associated with aniridia
Aniridia is a hereditary congenital disorder that can be associated with a few ocular diseases aside from the iris’s hypoplasia; that can be complete or partial. It can occur as an isolated condition or with a WAGR syndrome. Lens conditions range from cataract to coloboma and lens dislocation. Visual acuity is often diminished when a strabismus or nystagmus are associated with optic nerve hypoplasia.Read more…
Laser pointers are classified in 4 categories depending on their power, thus their dangerousness. Only the two first categories are authorized for consumers in Europe. The Austrian’s pointer, made in china, was bought online on a selling website. It was presented as a category 2, usually tolerated in Europe in spite of the fact that it can cause lesions in less than 0.25s of exposition.