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Central Asian Journal of Pediatrics

Central Asian Journal of Pediatrics

Abstract

The most common symptoms of the disease in Marfan Syndrome are the luxation of lens (46.16%) and cataract (26.92%), which are complicated by the progression of secondary glaucoma, lenticular myopia and strabismus. The above-mentioned information indicates the need to improve the traditional methods of surgery on juniors with ocular manifestations of Marfan syndrome in order to reduce the risk of intra - and postoperative complications, and the widespread introduction of different models of the intraocular lens in recent years, greatly expanded the possibilities of surgical rehabilitation of patients with dislocation of the lens.

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