PMID: 3008809May 1, 1986

Cryptophthalmos: surgical treatment of the congenital symblepharon variant

The British Journal of Ophthalmology
D J BrazierJ R Collin

Abstract

A case of the congenital symblepharon variant of cryptophthalmos is reported. Surgical treatment is described. The ophthalmic features of cryptophthalmos and its systemic associations are reviewed.

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