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What leads to blue sclera in infants?

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Dr. Tim Conrad
Ophthalmology

In brief: Normal

A blue tint to the sclera in infants is normal and is caused by the seeing the underlying dark choroid tissue through the thin sclera of the child.

In brief: Normal

A blue tint to the sclera in infants is normal and is caused by the seeing the underlying dark choroid tissue through the thin sclera of the child.
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