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Causes of blue sclera in infancy?

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Dr. Yale Kanter
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In brief: Blue sclera

This implies that the sclera is thinner in that area and the underling pigment layer of the eye is somewhat visible.
With development this usually disappears.

In brief: Blue sclera

This implies that the sclera is thinner in that area and the underling pigment layer of the eye is somewhat visible.
With development this usually disappears.
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