Bilateral papilledema in a child with osteogenesis imperfect
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A twelve-year-old girl with osteogenesis imperfecta was referred to our clinic. Bilateral best corrected visual acuity of the patient was 5/10 (corrected with +3.50 for the right eye, +5.00 for the left eye) with a standard Snellen scale at a distance of a 6 m. Anterior chamber, iris and lens examination of both of her eyes were unremarkable. In her fundus examination, bilateral stage 2 papilledema and the wrinkles in the papillomacular area were noticed. Optical coherence tomography images revealed the macular pucker and thickening in the retinal nerve fiber layers of both eyes. Computed tomography images revealed that there were ossifications in the optic chiasma and occlusion in all periorbital sinus areas.

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