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Morning Glory Anomaly
- Rare case and usually unilateral.
- Affects women more than men with a ratio of 2:1.
- Symptoms: poor vision, amblyopia and strabismus.
- Leukokoria in the first months or years of life
- Funnel-shaped, excavation of the optic disc and peripapillary retina
- Enlarged disc with indistinct border surrounded by depigmented areas
- White, elevated, hyperplastic glial tissues occupies the central disc
- Abnormally narrow, straight vessels radiated from the disc margins
- Increased risk of non-rhegmatogenous serous retinal detachment.
- May be associated with basal encephalocele in patients with mid-line facial defect.