A coloboma is missing piece of eye tissue. This appears at birth and can affect one or both eyes. It’s the result of improper development of the eye during gestation. While the eye is forming, a gap called the choroidal fissure appears at the bottom of the stalks that will eventually form into the eyes. These gaps usually close by the seventh week of gestation, but if a gap doesn’t close, it will result in a coloboma. Colobomas that are visible at birth can be a sign of an undiagnosed syndrome. Your child’s doctor will need to perform a full workup if this occurs. Doctors can often correct colobomas with surgery.
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