hyaloideoretinal degeneration

(redirected from Wagner syndrome)

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[MIM*143200]
progressive liquefaction and destruction of the vitreous humor with grayish-white preretinal membranes, myopia, cataract, retinal detachment, and hyper- and hypopigmentation; autosomal dominant inheritance.

Wagner,

Hans, Swiss ophthalmologist, 1905–.
Wagner disease - progressive liquefaction and destruction of the vitreous humor with grayish-white preretinal membranes, myopia, cataract, retinal detachment, and hyperpigmentation and hypopigmentation. Synonym(s): hyaloideoretinal degeneration; Wagner syndrome
Wagner syndrome - Synonym(s): Wagner disease
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Wagner syndrome may further be differentiated from Snowflake degeneration by its alternative genetic mutation (in CSPG2), more pronounced chorioretinal atrophy, nyctalopia, pseudoexotropia from the congenital temporal displacement of the fovea, and poorer end visual outcome.