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Figure 2. Case 2 – (a and b) corneal opacity, pupillary synechiae and cataract precluding fundus examination in right eye; (c) MRI shows no optic nerve thinness or absence in the orbit of both eyes; (d) fundus photograph (retcam image) of the left eye shows an absence of optic nerve head and retinal vessels; (e) fluorescein angiography confirms findings described in D. The presumed optic nerve head area and macula revealed hypofluorescence. The long ciliary nerve is extended more posteriorly; (f) another section of the axial MRI shows nearly normal optic nerve course and diameter on both sides. MRI, magnetic resonance imaging

Figure 2. Case 2 – (a and b) corneal opacity, pupillary synechiae and cataract precluding fundus examination in right eye; (c) MRI shows no optic nerve thinness or absence in the orbit of both eyes; (d) fundus photograph (retcam image) of the left eye shows an absence of optic nerve head and retinal vessels; (e) fluorescein angiography confirms findings described in D. The presumed optic nerve head area and macula revealed hypofluorescence. The long ciliary nerve is extended more posteriorly; (f) another section of the axial MRI shows nearly normal optic nerve course and diameter on both sides. MRI, magnetic resonance imaging