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Nevus of Ota With Ipsilateral Congenital Cataract

Nevus of Ota With Ipsilateral Congenital Cataract Abstract • A mongoloid woman had a nevus of Ota, an ipsilateral congenital cataract, and upper extremity hemiatrophy. To our knowledge, no similar patient has been previously reported. We review the literature concerning the nevus of Ota and cataracts in mongoloid individuals. (Arch Dermatol 112:1284-1285, 1976) References 1. Ota M: Nevus fusco-caeruleus ophthalmomaxillaris . Tokyo Med J 63:1243-1245, 1939. 2. Jensen C, Haffly G: An unusual case of progressive melanosis oculi . Am J Ophthalmol 31:1476-1479, 1948. 3. Fitzpatrick TB, Zeller R, Kukita A, et al: Ocular and dermal melanocytosis . Arch Ophthalmol 56:830-832, 1956.Crossref 4. Kopf A, Weidman A: Nevus of Ota . Arch Dermatol 85:195-208, 1962.Crossref 5. Henkind P, Friedman A: External ocular pigmentation . Int Ophthalmol Clin 11:87-111, 1971. 6. Zeligman I, Scalia S: Dermatologic manifestations of mongolism . Arch Dermatol 69:342-344, 1954.Crossref 7. Ewing J: The association of oligophrenia and dyskeratoses: A clinical investigation and an inquiry into its implications . Am J Ment Defic 60:98-114, 307-319, 575-581, 799-812; 1955-1956. 8. Yoshida K: Nevus fusco-caeruleus ophthalmo-maxillaris Ota . Tohoku J Exp Med 55:34-43, 1952.Crossref 9. Mishima Y, Mevorah B: Nevus Ota and nevus Ito in American Negroes . J Invest Dermatol 36:133-154, 1961. 10. Cornell VA: Case for diagnosis (blue nevus? argyria) . Arch Dermatol Syphilol 36:1261-1262, 1937. 11. Montgomery A: Pigmented nevus with involvement of the sclera . Arch Dermatol Syphilol 40:1055, 1939. 12. Helmick E, Pringle R: Oculocutaneous melanosis or nevus of Ota . Arch Ophthalmol 56:833-838, 1956.Crossref 13. Masson P: My conception of cellular nevi . Cancer 4:9-38, 1951.Crossref 14. Hidano A, Nomoto K, Mishima Y: Pigmentation des muqueuses dans le naevus d' Ota . Bull Soc Fr Dermatol Syphilol 64:287-288, 1957. 15. Weis D, Krohn D: Benign melanocytic glaucoma complicating oculodermal melanocytosis . Ann Ophthalmol 3:958-963, 1971. 16. Dorsey C, Montgomery H: Blue nevus and its distinction from mongolian spot and the nevus of Ota . J Invest Dermatol 22:225-236, 1954.Crossref 17. Speakman J, Phillips M: Cellular and malignant blue nevus complicating oculodermal melanosis . Can J Ophthalmol 8:539-547, 1973. 18. Reed W, Calif I, Sugarman G: Unilateral nevus of Ota with sensouneural deafness . Arch Dermatol 109:881-883, 1974.Crossref 19. Holtz S: Congenital ocular anomalies associated with Duane's retraction syndrome, the Nevus of Ota and axial anisometropia . Am J Ophthalmol 77:729-731, 1974. 20. McDonald A: Cataract in children of very low birth weight . Guys Hosp Rep 11:296-303, 1964. 21. Ormond A: Notes on the ophthalmic condition of 42 Mongolian imbeciles . Trans Ophthalmol Soc UK 32:69-76, 1912. 22. Francois J: Syndromes with congenital cataract . Am J Ophthalmol 52:207-238, 1959. 23. MacGillivray R: Congenital cataract and mongolism . Am J Ment Defic 72:631-633, 1968. 24. Igersheimer J, Mautner H: About changes of the crystalline lens in mongoloids. Am J Ment Defic 55:370-376, 1951. 25. Merin S, Crawford J: The etiology of congenital cataracts: A survey of 386 cases . Can J Ophthalmol 6:178-181, 1971. 26. Stuart C: Naevus of Ota . Br J Dermatol 67:317, 1955.Crossref 27. Hidano A, Kajima H, Ikeda S, et al: Natural history of Nevus of Ota . Arch Dermatol 95:187-195, 1967.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Dermatology American Medical Association

Nevus of Ota With Ipsilateral Congenital Cataract

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Abstract • A mongoloid woman had a nevus of Ota, an ipsilateral congenital cataract, and upper extremity hemiatrophy. To our knowledge, no similar patient has been previously reported. We review the literature concerning the nevus of Ota and cataracts in mongoloid individuals. (Arch Dermatol 112:1284-1285, 1976) References 1. Ota M: Nevus fusco-caeruleus ophthalmomaxillaris . Tokyo Med J 63:1243-1245, 1939. 2. Jensen C, Haffly G: An unusual case of progressive melanosis oculi . Am J Ophthalmol 31:1476-1479, 1948. 3. Fitzpatrick TB, Zeller R, Kukita A, et al: Ocular and dermal melanocytosis . Arch Ophthalmol 56:830-832, 1956.Crossref 4. Kopf A, Weidman A: Nevus of Ota . Arch Dermatol 85:195-208, 1962.Crossref 5. Henkind P, Friedman A: External ocular pigmentation . Int Ophthalmol Clin 11:87-111, 1971. 6. Zeligman I, Scalia S: Dermatologic manifestations of mongolism . Arch Dermatol 69:342-344, 1954.Crossref 7. Ewing J: The association of oligophrenia and dyskeratoses: A clinical investigation and an inquiry into its implications . Am J Ment Defic 60:98-114, 307-319, 575-581, 799-812; 1955-1956. 8. Yoshida K: Nevus fusco-caeruleus ophthalmo-maxillaris Ota . Tohoku J Exp Med 55:34-43, 1952.Crossref 9. Mishima Y, Mevorah B: Nevus Ota and nevus Ito in American Negroes . J Invest Dermatol 36:133-154, 1961. 10. Cornell VA: Case for diagnosis (blue nevus? argyria) . Arch Dermatol Syphilol 36:1261-1262, 1937. 11. Montgomery A: Pigmented nevus with involvement of the sclera . Arch Dermatol Syphilol 40:1055, 1939. 12. Helmick E, Pringle R: Oculocutaneous melanosis or nevus of Ota . Arch Ophthalmol 56:833-838, 1956.Crossref 13. Masson P: My conception of cellular nevi . Cancer 4:9-38, 1951.Crossref 14. Hidano A, Nomoto K, Mishima Y: Pigmentation des muqueuses dans le naevus d' Ota . Bull Soc Fr Dermatol Syphilol 64:287-288, 1957. 15. Weis D, Krohn D: Benign melanocytic glaucoma complicating oculodermal melanocytosis . Ann Ophthalmol 3:958-963, 1971. 16. Dorsey C, Montgomery H: Blue nevus and its distinction from mongolian spot and the nevus of Ota . J Invest Dermatol 22:225-236, 1954.Crossref 17. Speakman J, Phillips M: Cellular and malignant blue nevus complicating oculodermal melanosis . Can J Ophthalmol 8:539-547, 1973. 18. Reed W, Calif I, Sugarman G: Unilateral nevus of Ota with sensouneural deafness . Arch Dermatol 109:881-883, 1974.Crossref 19. Holtz S: Congenital ocular anomalies associated with Duane's retraction syndrome, the Nevus of Ota and axial anisometropia . Am J Ophthalmol 77:729-731, 1974. 20. McDonald A: Cataract in children of very low birth weight . Guys Hosp Rep 11:296-303, 1964. 21. Ormond A: Notes on the ophthalmic condition of 42 Mongolian imbeciles . Trans Ophthalmol Soc UK 32:69-76, 1912. 22. Francois J: Syndromes with congenital cataract . Am J Ophthalmol 52:207-238, 1959. 23. MacGillivray R: Congenital cataract and mongolism . Am J Ment Defic 72:631-633, 1968. 24. Igersheimer J, Mautner H: About changes of the crystalline lens in mongoloids. Am J Ment Defic 55:370-376, 1951. 25. Merin S, Crawford J: The etiology of congenital cataracts: A survey of 386 cases . Can J Ophthalmol 6:178-181, 1971. 26. Stuart C: Naevus of Ota . Br J Dermatol 67:317, 1955.Crossref 27. Hidano A, Kajima H, Ikeda S, et al: Natural history of Nevus of Ota . Arch Dermatol 95:187-195, 1967.Crossref

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Archives of DermatologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Sep 1, 1976

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