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From: X-linked inheritances recessive of congenital nystagmus and autosomal dominant inheritances of congenital cataracts coexist in a Chinese family: a case report and literature review

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Slit-lamp photograph of patients who had congenital cataracts. a: Right eye of the proband III:1. The pupil is upward. Thickened capsule can be seen. Intraocular lens is located in the right position. b: Left eye of the proband III:1. The pupil is not round. Intraocular lens is located in the right position. c: Right eye of patient III: 3. Pupil is not perfectly round. d: Left eye of patient III:3. Pupil is round. Intraocular lens is located in the right position. e: Right eye of patient II:1. Irregularly shaped pupil can be seen. Aphakia. f: Left eye of patient II:1. The iris has anterior adhesion from the 3 o’clock to 5 o’clock position. g: Right eye of patient II:3. There is a hole of circumferential iridectomy. Intraocular lens is located in the right position. h: Left eye of patient II:3. The pupil deformation is severe with capsule thickened

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