megalophthalmos

meg·a·loph·thal·mos

(meg'ă-lof-thal'mŏs),
Congenital large eyeball or globe.
[megalo- + G. ophthalmos, eye]

macrophthalmos

Marked enlargement of one or more eyes.

meg·a·loph·thal·mos

(meg'ă-lof-thal'mŏs)
Abnormal largeness of the eyeball.
[megalo- + G. ophthalmos, eye]

megalophthalmos

A congenital condition in which the eye is abnormally large, particularly the structures of the anterior segment. The condition is associated with megalocornea, Marfan's syndrome and Apert's syndrome.
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Probes are commercialized in three different ring diameters (11, 12, and 13 mm), which allow them to fit most ocular sizes, except in cases of nanophthalmos or primary or secondary megalophthalmos. The probe size is determined before surgery by using ultrasound biomicroscopy (UBM), which permits to simulate the locations of the focal zones; the model that best targets the ciliary body is then chosen [16].