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“Eye of Juno” - Buphthalmos

Buphthalmos (literally “ox-eye”), or “The Eye of Juno”, is a clinical sign that can signify infantile glaucoma, and most often occurs in children between birth and 3 years of age. It is an apparent enlargement of the eyes, but is really just the increased ocular pressure pushing the sclera outwards.

Diseases of the Eye. L. Webster Fox, 1904.