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Lisch' syndrome

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Syndrome of perlucide iris with hereditary nystagmus and with/without fundus flavimaculatus.

Description

Syndrome of perlucide iris with hereditary nystagmus and with/without fundus flavimaculatus. Disease picture seen in a larger Tyrolean kindred with translucent iris, hereditary nystagmus, and partly fundus flavimaculatus. Inheritance is autosomal dominant.

Bibliography

  • K. Lisch:
    Das Syndrom des mit perluzider Iris gekoppelten hereditären Nystagmus.
    Berichte der Deutschen ophthalmologischen Gesellschaft, 1980, 77: 795-797.

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