cryptophthalmia

cryptophthalmos

 [krip″tof-thal´mos]
congenital absence of the palpebral fissure, the skin extending from the forehead to the cheek, with the eyeball malformed or rudimentary. Called also cryptophthalmia and cryptophthalmus.

cryp·toph·thal·mos

, cryptophthalmia (krip'tof-thal'mŭs, -thal'mē-ă),
Congenital absence of eyelids, with the skin passing continuously from the forehead onto the cheek over a rudimentary eye.
[crypto- + G. ophthalmos, eye]

cryptophthalmia

/cryp·toph·thal·mia/ (krip″tof-thal´me-ah) cryptophthalmos.

cryptophthalmia 

A very rare congenital defect in which the skin of the eyelids is continuous over the eyeball, resulting in an absence of palpebral fissure. Eyelashes may or may not be present. The cornea is fused with the overlying skin into one structure. Note: also spelt cryptophthalmos or cryptophthalmus.

cryptophthalmia, cryptophthalmus

congenital absence of the palpebral fissure, the skin extending from the forehead to the cheek, and the eye malformed or rudimentary.
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Morphological studies showed the abnormalities such as distorted axis, cryptophthalmia, anophthalmia, open eyelids, micromelia, phocomelia, agnathia, hydrocephaly, angular tail and subcutaneous hemorrhages.
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Morphological studies revealed defects like imbalanced axis, hydrocephaly, microphthalmia, cryptophthalmia, open eyelids, meromelia, forelimb micromelia, clinodactyly, syndactyly, subcutaneous hemorrhages and kinky tail.
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During present study hydrocephaly, cryptophthalmia, microphthalmia and open eyelids were observed.