The Archives of Ophthalmological Research aims to publish issues related to publish articles of the highest scientific and clinical value at an international level, and accepts articles on these topics. The target audience of the journal included specialists and physicians working in ophthalmology, and other health professionals interested in these fields.

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A Kabuki syndrome presenting with strabismus: case report
Kabuki syndrome affects many systems and is characterized by a typical facial appearance and is a genetically inherited disease. Ophthalmological involvement is quite common and can be diagnostic. In this article, we aimed to present the ophthalmological findings of our patient with Kabuki syndrome, who was diagnosed and treated based on ophthalmological findings.

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Volume 1, Issue 2, 2024
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