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Nigerian Journal of Ophthalmology
A four-month-old Nigerian male was presented with spontaneous hyphaema in both eyes initially thought to be due to trauma or possibly non accidental injury. There was associated secondary glaucoma and skin lesions typical of juvenile xanthogranuloma. This condition, to the best of our knowledge, has not yet been reported in Nigeria. Case report: There was redness in the right eye with no associated tearing or photophobia. On examination, there was visually directed reaching in both eyes, withdoi:10.4314/njo.v15i2.12008 fatcat:2jqwsto6cvelzlrqxte2o7tndi