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15 year old female patient presented with left optic disc abnormality on fundoscopy.
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The left optic nerve head is displaced posteriorly and there is a small 'funnel-shaped' excavation of the posterior fundus into the nerve. Features are consistent with left-sided coloboma.
Unremarkable right optic nerve. No optic nerves masses.
Unremarkable bilateral orbital muscles.
Unremarkable bilateral eye globes.
No inflammation of bilateral retro-orbital fat.
Colobomas may be isolated or associated with multiple syndromes and congenital anomalies.
Associated midline structural abnormalities of the brain and skull should be detected to exclude Morning glory syndrome.