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What are the symptoms of congenital eyes?

my baby has one eye bigger than the other.the cornea is bigger than the other.the bigger one looked cloudy in the beginning but now it looks more like it is clearing.aside that she can see alright.please do u think it is congenital?she is four months three weeks old now and weighs 6.6.she has thyroid dysfunction,hernia and based on her chromosonal analysis she has a deletion 9p syndrome.thank u
Tue, 29 Dec 2015
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Hi.... I have just read through your query. I feel that this could be one of the sIgns of the syndrome she might be haIgns. There are multiple systems involved along with some malformations. I suggest that you get in touch with a paediatric ophthalmologist and get an ophthalmologist evaluation done. She needs to be on regular follow even with a developmental pediatrician.

I feel everything is related and congenital.

Regards - Dr. Sumanth
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What are the symptoms of congenital eyes?

Hi.... I have just read through your query. I feel that this could be one of the sIgns of the syndrome she might be haIgns. There are multiple systems involved along with some malformations. I suggest that you get in touch with a paediatric ophthalmologist and get an ophthalmologist evaluation done. She needs to be on regular follow even with a developmental pediatrician. I feel everything is related and congenital. Regards - Dr. Sumanth