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bilateral anterior segment ocular dysgenesis is there a treatment

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bilateral anterior segment ocular dysgenesis is there a treatment for this?
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The treatment will mainly focus on controlling any complication that will affect normal visual stimulation and development. This includes ensuring normal eye pressure, and if abnormal, using eye drops to control it; ensuring that the cornea is clear - if opaque, deterimining whether eye drop can help. In addition, if strabismus or lazy eye is present, early surgical correction can prevent loss of stereovision (depth perception) or overall vision. The most common complication is future possibility of glaucoma, due to outflow obstruction of the anterior segment aqueous fluid. I suggest that your child eye surgeon be aggressive with correction of complications that may affect normal visual system development.

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