ATYPICAL PRESENTATION OF IDIOPATHIC INCREASED EPISCLERAL VENOUS PRESSURE CAUSING PERSISTENT BILATERAL BLOOD IN SCHLEMM’S CANAL

Title ATYPICAL PRESENTATION OF IDIOPATHIC INCREASED EPISCLERAL VENOUS PRESSURE CAUSING PERSISTENT BILATERAL BLOOD IN SCHLEMM’S CANAL
Author, Co-Author Kayla Akers
Topic Residents Day
Year
2016
Day
Saturday
Program Number
R2016001
Room
Ballroom A-B
Affiliation
Illinois College of Optometry
Abstract

Increased episcleral venous pressure classically presents unilateral with blood in Schlemm’s canal, engorged episcleral veins, and IOP above 30mmHg. This report reviews the testing and differential diagnosis appropriate when blood is seen in Schlemm’s canal.

Affiliation of Co-Authors
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