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The nearly impossible challenge to manage severe glaucoma in a patient with extremely deep orbits leaves only one option to manage IOP in both eyes. There was no access for trabeculectomy, ab-externo stent or extraocular shunt placement. The orbit was even deeper in the second case and required a lateral canthotomy and a traction suture just to acquire visualization of the superior limbus.