The answer to today's question was fairly simple.It is iris coloboma

The answer to today’s question was fairly simple.It is iris coloboma.
I am sure most of you would have got it correct.Now let us see what are the other things to learn and remember with regard to this question

  1. Iris coloboma is an embryological defect.It is caused by the failure of the embryonic fissure to close in the 5th week of gestation.

2.Typically located in the inferonasal quadrant.

3.May be associated with chorioretinal and optic disc coloboma.

Have a look at the photograph below.It is a fundal coloboma or chorioretinal coloboma which may be associated with iris coloboma