Port-wine stain and glaucoma in a 29-year-old male
SPMC J Health Care Serv. 2017;3(2):1 ARK: http://n2t.net/ark:/76951/jhcs3h8pa9
Karen Kate Quilat,1 Eshir A Ismael1,2
1Department of Ophthalmology, Southern Philippines Medical Center, Bajada, Davao City, Philippines
2Maguindanao Provincial Hospital, Shariff Aguak, Maguindanao, Philippines
Correspondence Karen Kate Quilat, firstname.lastname@example.org
Article editor Billie Jean Cordero
Received 02 June 2017
Accepted 20 November 2017
Cite as Quilat KK, Ismael EA. Port-wine stain and glaucoma in a 29-year-old male. SPMC J Health Care Serv. 2017;3(2):1. http://n2t.net/ark:/76951/jhcs3h8pa9
Figure 1 Flat, well-defined, violaceous red patch with irregular borders (port-wine stain) on the left frontal area (A). Dilated and tortuous perilimbal vessels in the left conjunctiva (B). Cup-to-disc ratio of 0.7 and tortuous and dilated vessels on funduscopy of the left eye (C). Report of automated perimetry test showing left temporal quadrantanopsia (D).
We would like to thank Mr Rodel Roño for taking the patient’s photo, Dr Elisa Rae Coo and Dr Joanne Kate Martinez of the Department of Dermatology in Southern Philippines Medical Center for helping us write the specific description of the patient’s physical examination findings, and Dr Luisito Gahol Jr for helping us in the surgical planning for the patient.
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