Favre-Goldmann syndrome – Ophthalmology MCQ

All of the following are seen in Favre-Goldmann syndrome except?
A. Ectopia lentis
B. Retinoschisis
C. Nyctalopia
D. Pigmentary changes similar to retinitis pigmentosa

Correct answer : A. Ectopia lentis

  • Favre-Goldmann syndrome is an autosomal recessive condition.
  • It usually presents in childhood with nyctalopia.
  • Central and peripheral retinoschisis is present.
  • There is marked pigmentary changes similar to retinitis pigmentosa.

Ref: Comprehensive Ophthalmology, A. K. Khurana, 4th edition, p271.

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