Hunter syndrome (MPS II-B): a report of bilateral vitreous floaters and maculopathy.

Abstract:

PURPOSE:To describe bilateral vitreous opacities and maculopathy in a child with Hunter syndrome. METHODS:A case involving fundus examination, photography, and optical coherence tomography. Medline and Embase searches found no reference to vitreous or macular abnormalities in Hunter syndrome. RESULTS:A two-year-old boy with Hunter syndrome was found to have asymmetric, bilateral, free-floating vitreous opacities that remained stable over six years. Amblyopia and exotropia improved with occlusion therapy and spectacle correction. Visual acuity decreased when bilateral maculopathy supervened. CONCLUSION:Screening for vitreous abnormalities and maculopathy may be important in diagnosing, treating, and explaining visual loss in Hunter syndrome.

journal_name

Ophthalmic Genet

journal_title

Ophthalmic genetics

authors

Anawis MA

doi

10.1080/13816810600677966

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2006-06-01 00:00:00

pages

71-2

issue

2

eissn

1381-6810

issn

1744-5094

pii

P3887402651Q0N05

journal_volume

27

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