International Journal of Ophthalmic PathologyISSN: 2324-8599

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A Rare and Incomplete Form of Sturge Weber Syndrome: Glaucoma without Choroidal Hemangioma nor Neurologic Manifestations

Sturge-Weber Syndrome is an uncommon neurocutaneous syndrome usually presenting with a triad of cutaneous, neurologic, and ophthalmological symptoms. The most common ocular manifestation in Sturge-Weber syndrome (SWS) is a refractory glaucoma which is generally associated with neurologic and uveal manifestations. This report presents a rare and incomplete form of SWS: A vascular malformation of the face, an ipsilateral glaucoma that responded well to medical treatment, without choroidal hemangioma nor neurologic manifestations.

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