Foveal hypoplasia-presenile cataract syndrome

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Synonyms: O'Donnell-Pappas syndrome

A rare genetic ocular disease characterized by congenital nystagmus (horizontal vertical and/or torsional) foveal hypoplasia presenile cataracts (with typical onset in the second to third decade of life) and normal irides. Corneal pannus and/or optic nerve hypoplasia may also be present.

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