Strabismus and poor stereoacuity associated with Kabuki syndrome.

TitleStrabismus and poor stereoacuity associated with Kabuki syndrome.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2011
AuthorsKim NG, Kim HJ, Hwang J-M
JournalKorean journal of ophthalmology : KJO
Volume25
Issue2
Pagination136-8
Date Published2011 Apr
ISSN1011-8942
KeywordsAbnormalities, Multiple, Child, Face, Female, Hematologic Diseases, Humans, Strabismus, Vestibular Diseases, Vision, Binocular, Visual Acuity
Abstract

Kabuki syndrome is characterized by long palpebral fissuresi, large ears, a depressed nasali tip, and skeletal anomalies associated with postnatal dwarfism and mental retardation. There have been few prior detailed descriptions of strabismusi or stereopsis in these patients. We report a patient with Kabuki syndrome who showed small-angle strabismus and poor stereopsis. This case illustrates the need for patients with a diagnosis of Kabuki syndrome to have an ophthalmologic evaluation. Strabismus associated with Kabuki syndrome may have a small angle that can be easily overlooked.

DOI10.3341/kjo.2011.25.2.136
Alternate JournalKorean J Ophthalmol
Citation Key932
PubMed ID21461228