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Bilateral ptosis is seen in all the following EXCEPT (LQ)



A Marfan's syndrome
B Myasthenia gravis

C Myotonic dystrophy
D Kearns-Sayre syndrome

Ans. A [Marfan's syndrome]' Q

1. Bilateral ptosis is commonly seen with myogenic group of ptosis

2. Myogenic group include Q- M. gravis, myotonic dystrophy, ocular myopathy, simple congenital, blepharophimosis syndrome

3. Kearn-sayre syndrome Q - is a mitochondrial cytopathy associated with mitochondrial DNA deletions.

a. Presentation - insidious onset of bilateral ptosis and limitation of occular movements in all directions of gaze (progressive external ophthalmoplegia) Q

b. Signs Q ­

i. Ataxia and cardiac conduction defects

ii. Fatigue and proximal muscle weakness are common

iii. Deafness diabetes, short stature and hypoparathyroidism may be present

4. Marfan's syndrome Q - Ophthalmic features

a. Common - Ectopia lentis, hypoplasia of dilator pupillae angle anomaly, myopia and retinal detachment, Axial myopia

b. Keratoconus, and cornea plana

c. Megalocornea

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