- Unilateral abnormality of optic nerve head, of congenital origin
- Complete coloboma may form large hole or posterior protrusion near optic nerve
- Large defect with mostly bare sclera, lined by fibrous or glial tissue
- May involve retina and choroid along its edges
End of Eye > Orbit and optic nerve > Coloboma of optic nerve
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