Purpose: To present the case of an 18 month old boy with Coats' disease who was found to have anterior chamber cholesterolosis. Methods: Case presentation and review of reported cases. Results: An 18 month old boy presented with unilateral stage 3B Coats' disease without other clinical findings. Two weeks after presentation he returned with xanthocoria due to anterior chamber cholesterolosis. He subsequently developed hyphema, neovascular glaucoma, and was enucleated. His case is compared to all previously reported cases of Coats' disease leading to anterior chamber cholesterolosis. Conclusion: The presentation of anterior chamber cholesterolosis in Coats' disease can range from the incidental finding in an asymptomatic patient to acute angle closure glaucoma with pain and acutely decreased vision. Clinicians should be aware of this potential complication of Coats' disease as it denotes a poor visual prognosis.
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|Titolo:||A case of anterior chamber cholesterolosis due to coats' disease and a review of reported cases|
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