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2006 Series -  March 14, 2006 Lecture 42 of 52  NEXT»

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A 38-year-old myopic male presents for a routine eye examination.  He notes that he occasionally has blurred vision with halos during exercise. On exam, he has 20/25 vision in both eyes; however, his IOP is 29 mmHg in the right eye (OD) and 27 mmHg in the left eye (OS).  His cup-to-disc ratio is 0.8 in both eyes.  On gonioscopy, the above is seen.

All of the following are associated with this condition except:   

a. Krukenberg’s spindle on the cornea
b. iris transillumination defects
c. heavily pigmented trabecular meshwork
d.  iris colobomas

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