Ocular findings in a case of Conradi disease (chondrodystrophia calcificans congenita) consisted of hypertelorism, epicanthus, mongoloid (upward) obliquity of lids, mild microphthalmia, iris synechiae, spherophakia, dense cataracts, and mild optic atrophy. The appearance of stippled epiphyses on x-ray film is diagnostic for Conradi disease.
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