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Medial canthus anatomic variations in Waardenburg syndrome

(A) Normally, the iris is centered between the medial and lateral canthus. (B) Lateral displacement of medial canthus reduces the medial sclera (From: DeMyer WE. Technique of the Neurologic Examination. McGraw Hill, 4th ed. 1994.)

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