EyeRounds Online Atlas of Ophthalmology
Contributor: Jordan M. Graff, MD, University of Iowa
Lens subluxation is readily evident in this dilated view of a patient with Marfan's syndrome.
This close view of the subluxed lens allows visualization of the zonules.
Both lenses are seen here, side by side. Supero-temporal dislocation of the lens is evident in both eyes.
Classically long,thin fingers and "double-jointed" hands are additional hallmarks of the disease.
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