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The patient V: 2 had megalocornea, excessive tearing and photophobia in both eyes.
(mostly =21 mmHg) megalocornea corneal edema ruptures in the Descemet's membrane and glaucomatous damage causing an alteration in the
Sixth, bilateral enlargement of the cornea in an otherwise healthy eye may occur in congenital megalocornea, a non-progressive enlargement of the cornea to 13mm or greater.
This congenital disorder causes multiple abnormalities of the eye including cysts in the ciliary body, megalocornea, dyscoria, retinal dysplasia, and nuclear cataracts.
WTW is also utilized in the diagnosis and management of various ocular diseases such as congenital glaucoma, microcornea and megalocornea. (28) In addition, WTW is important for IOL calculations in modern cataract surgery using third generation formulas to determine haptic dimensions of capsular tension rings and angle-supported IOLs, anterior chamber IOLs and phakic IOLs.