Tetrasomy 18p is often the result of an additional isochromosome for the short arm of chromosome 18. Although many organ systems are affected phenotypically, the ocular manifestations associated with tetrasomy 18p have not been well characterized in the literature. This case report presents the ocular and facial features associated with tetrasomy 18p in a 4-year-old Black girl, along with a review of clinical presentations previously reported in the literature. A systematic review of the literature in PubMed was conducted to summarize the reported eye, ocular adnexa, and distinctive facial features in individuals with confirmed tetrasomy 18p. Searching "Tetrasomy 18p" generated 65 article results, of which 28 articles had sufficient eye and facial descriptions. Including the patient in this report, 90 patients had confirmed tetrasomy 18p. The most common features noted in these 90 patients, with a roughly equal male-to-female ratio of impact (7:8), were as follows: microcephaly (57%), triangular facies (18%), anomalous palpebral fissures (31%), strabismus (48%), low-set ears (52%), hearing loss to some extent (16%), depressed or flat nasal bridge (18%), smooth philtrum (41%), thin upper lip (27%), and highly arched palate (21%). Additionally, many were noted to have feeding difficulties (28%), developmental delay (58%), and abnormal brain findings on imaging (20%). Muscle tone was abnormal in 23% of the patients. This report elucidates the reoccurring eye, ocular adnexa, and distinctive facial features associated with tetrasomy 18p. This knowledge may assist in timely diagnosis and encourage providers to use a multidisciplinary approach for the treatment of affected individuals. [J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus. 2021;58(6):e44-e48.].