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Chorioretinal coloboma: clinical presentation complications and treatment alternatives


Choroio Retinal colobomas rare congenital anomalies developed due to incomplete closure of the embryonic fissure. They present with different clinical conditions depend on extent and effected part of ocular tissues such as macula and optic nerve. The most common complication of Choroio Retinal colobomas is retinal detachment and due to histopathological nature of colobomas the success rate of retinal detachment surgery is not high even with advance vitreoretinal techniques.


choroid colobomas, retinal colobomas, embryonic fissure, retinal detachment, intercalary membrane