Angle Closure Glaucoma by C. Hong, T. Yamamoto, K.H. Park, Y.Y. Kim

By C. Hong, T. Yamamoto, K.H. Park, Y.Y. Kim

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20 Yang et al. compared the biometric parameters, anterior chamber depth, lens thickness, and lens position within 24 hours of presentation and again after two weeks in eyes with APAC. They found, however, there was no change observed in these parameters in both APAC-affected and fellow eyes. 21 Conclusion Ocular biometric measurement is important in the screening, diagnosis and management of angle closure patients. However, the ocular biometry is dynamic and influenced by many factors that are still not fully understood.

Ultrasound biomicroscopic findings of an eye with a presumed prominent last iris roll. The folded iris contacted the trabecular meshwork both pre-laser (left) and post-laser (right) iridotomy. ally thrown into prominent circumferential folds occupying a large proportion of the angle. When the pupil dilates, the folded iris may contact with the trabecular meshwork (Fig. 5). Central anterior chamber depth in plateau iris is believed to be greater than in pupillary block glaucoma. 22 Therefore, to avoid confusion, the author defines the term plateau iris configuration as the specific iris configuration of a sharp drop and backward angulation at the peripheral iris (Fig.

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