Unilateral tilted disc and ipsilateral keratoconus in the same eye.BMJ Case Rep. 2011 Jun 17; 2011BC
The objective of this case was to report unilateral tilted disc in a boy with ipsilateral keratoconus. The tilted disc syndrome is a non-hereditary bilateral condition. This configuration is accompanied by situs inversus of the retinal vessels, congenital inferonasal conus, thinning of the inferonasal retinal pigment epithelium and choroid, and myopic astigmatism. Unilateral tilted disc syndrome is a rare condition. Keratoconus is a disorder characterised by progressive corneal steepening. The author present a case of unilateral tilted disc in a boy with ipsilateral keratoconus. Pterygium is a common disorder and tilted disc syndrome is a bilateral condition. But unilateral tilted disc in a boy with ipsilateral keratoconus is the first report in literature. Due to these clinical presentation, this report is an exception in literature and reported an unknown clinical coincident.