The scleral pigment, best seen temporal, is found in all affected individual in this bilateral disease. The dark iris is not visible due to the dilated pupil. Pigment can be seen on the anterior lens capsule (black arrows). The pigment and scar on the axial cornea is due to exposure keratitis secondary to buphthalmia. Intraocular pressure at this time was 22mmHg.

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