Primary Angle Closure Glaucoma

Publication Date: November 1, 2015

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

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Key Points

...Points...

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Diagnosis

...iagnosis

Histor...

...ent should be asked about symptoms that ma...

...ic questioning should address the use of oral med...


Physical Examination

...cal Examination...

Refractive Status

...efractive Statu...

...eyes, especially in older phakic patient...


Pupil

...upil

...or patients with suspected occludable angles,...


Slit-lamp Biomicroscopy

...mp Biomicroscopy...

...junctival hyperemia (in acute cases...


Gonioscopy

...onioscop...

...of both eyes should be performed on all patien...


...om gonioscopy and IOP measurements should be perfo...