Changes of axial length measured by IOL master during 2 years in eyes of adults with pathologic myopia
Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 06/14/2012
Sharkawi E et al. – A 10–year–old boy with a three–month history of painless bilateral sequential visual loss upon presentation underwent visual acuity, anterior and posterior segment examination, fluorescein angiography, Goldman kinetic perimetry, genetic and electrophysiological investigation. Diagnosis of Leber hereditary optic neuropathy (LHON) was made. Eighteen months later vision and electrophysiological tests results began spontaneously improving. Kinetic perimetry revealed reduced density and size of scotomata. Two years later, there had been further electrophysiological improvement. This report describes both clinical and electrophysiological improvement in LHON with G3460A mutation.