Film 84568: Visualisation of Irido-Trabecular Contact Due to Appositional Angle Closure in a Myopic Eye during a Phaco Plus Procedure. | ASCRS
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Film 84568: Visualisation of Irido-Trabecular Contact Due to Appositional Angle Closure in a Myopic Eye during a Phaco Plus Procedure.
April 2022
Meeting: 2022 ASCRS Annual Meeting
Presenting Author: Ahmed Alnahrawy, MBBS, MS
Producers: Laura Crawley, FRCOphth, BSc
Category: Glaucoma Surgery
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61 yrs old male patient being managed for normo-tensive glaucoma and cataract. Myopic eye, with a refraction of - 8.25 DS, axial length of 27.18 mm as measured by optical biometry with an ACD of 3.63 mm. Here we visualise and demonstrate the angle examination on table with the findings of iridotrabecular contact due to appositional angle closure, despite spacious ACD.

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