A significant number of individuals with Kabuki syndrome have optical anomalies. More common oculari conditions include blue sclerae, strabismusi, colobomai, ptosisi and micropthalmiai.

Hints for Parents

Sleeping with Eyes Partially Open

If your child sleeps with his eyes partially open, it’s important to see an opthamologist regularly. Eye drops and/or cream may be prescribed to protect the eyes.

Vision Articles

New Ocular Findings in a case of Kabuki Syndrome

Ocular findings

tags: Vision
Last Updated: Sunday, April 13, 2014 - 08:32

Kabuki Syndrome - The Visual Issues

Do you know the difference between eyesight and vision?

Last Updated: Friday, September 30, 2011 - 11:23