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[The Rieger syndrome. A clinical study. A study of 4 generations in one family with the Rieger syndrome].
Oftalmologia. 1997; 41(3):234-7.O

Abstract

Rieger syndrome is a rare disease with autosomal dominant inheritance (4q25-4q27) characterised by the presence of ocular and extraocular abnormalities. We present a family with Rieger syndrome on four generations, pointing the ocular and extraocular abnormalities. The most frequent complication is secondary glaucoma (50-60% of all cases) and the efficient treatment consists in utilising the betablockers and/or filtering operations with the possibility of antimetabolites help.

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Clinica oftalmologică Iaşi.

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Case Reports
English Abstract
Journal Article
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rum

PubMed ID

9409970

Citation

Rusu, V. "[The Rieger Syndrome. a Clinical Study. a Study of 4 Generations in One Family With the Rieger Syndrome]." Oftalmologia (Bucharest, Romania : 1990), vol. 41, no. 3, 1997, pp. 234-7.
Rusu V. [The Rieger syndrome. A clinical study. A study of 4 generations in one family with the Rieger syndrome]. Oftalmologia. 1997;41(3):234-7.
Rusu, V. (1997). [The Rieger syndrome. A clinical study. A study of 4 generations in one family with the Rieger syndrome]. Oftalmologia (Bucharest, Romania : 1990), 41(3), 234-7.
Rusu V. [The Rieger Syndrome. a Clinical Study. a Study of 4 Generations in One Family With the Rieger Syndrome]. Oftalmologia. 1997;41(3):234-7. PubMed PMID: 9409970.
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