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He exhibited typical funduscopic findings for pathologic myopia including staphylomatous changes, parapapillary atrophy, and inferotemporal lacquer cracks in the left eye and areas of chorioretinal atrophy in both the posterior pole and periphery OU.
Anatomical alterations in colobomatous eyes such as retinal thinning, staphylomatous and thinned sclera and involvement of disc and macula as well as lack of choroid and retinal pigment epithelium makes the surgery technically difficult and therefore the prognosis is less satisfactory3,4.