An uncommon congenital glaucoma occurring in both eyes of an infant. Increased fluid and pressure within the eyeball produces a larger than normal eye with a milky, protruding cornea. Synonym(s): Hydrophthalmos
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Gross enlargement of the eyeball.
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Buphthalmos (plural: buphthalmoses) is a medical term that describes enlargement of the eyeball and is most commonly seen in infants and young children. It is sometimes referred to as buphthalmia (plural buphthalmias). It usually appears in the newborn period or the first 3 months of life. and in most cases indicates the presence of congenital (in...
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Enlarged eye caused by glaucoma.
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