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Ocular coloboma: a reassessment in the age of molecular neuroscience
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    • Cheryl Y Gregory-Evans, Senior Lecturer
    • Other Contributors:
      • Matthew Williams, Stephanie Halford, and Kevin Gregory-Evans

    Dear Editors,

    We would like to thank Dr. Brooks and his colleagues for their interest in our article and their valuable remarks. As for the specific issues raised:

    We feel that this as a good time to redefine the use of terms associated with 'coloboma'. We would however suggest that this single word be used to encompass all entities rather than 'uveal coloboma' for two reasons. Firstly, 'uveal coloboma' is...

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    Caveats About Coloboma
    • Brian P Brooks, Staff clinician
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      • National Institutes of Health

    Dear Editors

    We very much enjoyed reading the review article by Gregory-Evans et al. on coloboma in the December issue of the Journal of Medical Genetics. The authors should be commended on the most thorough treatment of the subject in the clinical genetics literature to date. In reading it, however, we thought there were a few additional points that required clarification.

    The first is the use of t...

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