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Figu re 14 -8 Sturge-Weber syndrome. A , This 1-year-old was referred for a port-wine stain
Figu re 14 -8 Sturge-Weber syndrome. A , This 1-year-old was referred for a port-wine stain

Figure 14-8 Sturge-Weber syndrome. A, This 1-year-old was referred for a port-wine stain involving the V, and V2 dist ributions on the right side, a classic finding in Sturge-Weber syndrome. These patients often have congenital glaucoma. 8, In an infant with congenital glaucoma, the globe may enlarge significantly (buphthalmos I. C, Associated cortical vascular malformations following the gyral pattern may also occur (arrow). They may be seen on MRI scan. Patients may also have diffuse choroidal hemangiomas causing increased hyperemia and redness of the choroid. 0 , Choroidal hemangioma. E, Contralateral normal eye. (Parts A, B courtesy of Steven A.

Newman, MD: part C courtesy of Mark J. Greenwald, MD; parts 0, E courtesy of James J. Augsburger; MD,!