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Figure 2: Ocular manifestations in a case of Waardenburg syndrome type 2A. (a) Slit-lamp photograph of right eye shows a normal brown iris with a sharply demarcated hypochromic segment superiorly. (b) Slit-lamp photograph of the left eye shows a hypochromic iris with a sharply demarcated normal brown segment superiorly. (c) Wide-field pseudocolor fundus image of right eye shows a sectoral depigmentation extending from the disk and macula to the superior periphery with prominent choroidal vessels. (d) Wide-field pseudocolor fundus image of the left eye shows diffuse depigmentation except for a sector superiorly with normal pigmentation

Figure 2: Ocular manifestations in a case of Waardenburg syndrome type 2A. (a) Slit-lamp photograph of right eye shows a normal brown iris with a sharply demarcated hypochromic segment superiorly. (b) Slit-lamp photograph of the left eye shows a hypochromic iris with a sharply demarcated normal brown segment superiorly. (c) Wide-field pseudocolor fundus image of right eye shows a sectoral depigmentation extending from the disk and macula to the superior periphery with prominent choroidal vessels. (d) Wide-field pseudocolor fundus image of the left eye shows diffuse depigmentation except for a sector superiorly with normal pigmentation