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Images in paediatrics: Congenital glaucoma presenting as faltering growth
  1. Sarah Chamney
  1. Correspondence to Dr Sarah Chamney, Royal Victoria Hospital Department of Ophthalmology 274 Grosvenor Road, Belfast BT12 6BA, USA; sarahchamney{at}gmail.com

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A male child, born at full term by normal vaginal delivery weighing 3.1 kilograms, was referred for investigation of faltering growth at age 6 months. His weight was on the 0.4th centile. His parents reported intermittent watering of his right eye from the age of 2 months. His physical examination and routine investigations were reported as normal. …

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