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Diabetes mellitus and simple optic atrophy among siblings: report of four cases.
The main symptoms of Optic Atrophy include: Blurred vision Abnormal colour vision Abnormal peripheral vision Decreased brightness in one eye compared to the other.
Our patient had decreased vision and optic atrophy and the ocular symptoms improved after treatment; thus, we speculated a correlation between ocular lesions and PHAII, rendering it as a new symptom of the profile.
Her past medical history was significant for optic atrophy, diagnosed at age 10 which progressed to severe visual impairment over the following 8 years.
As such clinical pattern recognition with respect to absence of diabetes, hearing loss and optic atrophy in our patient cannot be thought of as unique.
Key Clinical Message: Leukoencephalopathy with vanishing white matter is an autosomal recessive disorder characterized by childhood ataxia, spasticity, and variable optic atrophy. Pathological variants in one of the five genes encoding the five subunits of eukaryotic translation initiation factor eIF2B has been implicated.
This patient's optic disc did not appear glaucomatous and there was optic atrophy. Cerebral palsy may be accompanied by unilateral or bilateral optic atrophy.
Others include foveal and optic atrophy and in some cases development of collaterals which helped in improvement of vision.
Warburg micro syndrome (WARBM) is a rare autosomal recessive disorder characterized by postnatal severe intellectual disability, microcephaly, ocular findings such as congenital cataract, microcornea, microphthalmia and optic atrophy, and hypogonadism.
Based on conventional use of the term, ischemic optic neuropathy refers to the acute stages of ischemic injury before optic atrophy develops.
It is an autosomal recessive disease with neurological features such as spasticity, developmental delay, microcephaly, seizure, and optic atrophy. All features are similar to this PMD except optic atrophy and MRI findings [14].
On fundus examination, bilateral optic atrophy was seen with severe attenuated vessels, bony spicules and cystoid macular edema.