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Buphthalmos in itself is merely a clinical sign and does not generate symptoms.
Increased pressure within the eye can cause the eyeball to enlarge and bulge out of its socket (buphthalmos).
On this background, the abnormalities were typically limited to the anterior segment (involving enlarged pupils and buphthalmos).
Buphthalmos (abnormally narrow angle between the cornea and iris)
Also, he is credited with identifying recessive-inherited glaucoma with buphthalmos in New Zealand white rabbits.
US musical legend Ray Charles, who was totally blind by age 7, had probably been afflicted glaucoma and may have had buphthalmos early in life.
Other signs and symptoms include lens subluxation, glaucoma, cataract, exophthalmos, buphthalmos, strabismus, and ptosis.
Buphthalmos (plural: buphthalmoses) is a medical term that describes enlargement of the eyeball and is most commonly seen in infants and young children.
He performed extensive studies of diseases involving the lacrimal apparatus, and in 1860 described the association of facial naevus flammeus with buphthalmos in a disease now known as encephalotrigeminal angiomatosis.
Infantile glaucoma, which often produces the clinical sign of buphthalmos, can be caused when an abnormally narrow angle between the cornea and iris blocks the outflow of aqueous humor; this causes increased intraocular pressure and eventual enlargement of the globe (eyeball).
It is sometimes referred to as buphthalmia (plural buphthalmias).
Long photoperiods combined with low light intensity can result in blindness from buphthalmia (distortions of the eye morphology) or retinal detachment.
Heterozygous Bmp4 mutant mice have a variety of ocular abnormalities including ASD, buphthalmia (enlarged eyes), and elevated IOP.
In turkeys, low light intensities (perhaps in combination with long light phases) can cause retinal detachment and buphthalmia, a distortion of the eye morphology that can lead to blindness.