SPONTANEOUSLY RESOLVED CONGENITAL GLAUCOMA-- A RARE, BUT LIKELY DIAGNOSIS FOR ATYPICAL CORNEAL FINDINGS IN AN ADULT PATIENT

Carrie Friedman

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Abstract

An adult with normal intraocular pressures, no history of glaucoma treatment, and no evidence of anterior segment dysgenesis presents with bilateral corneal findings suggestive of congenital glaucoma. This case discusses suspected spontaneously resolved congenital glaucoma.

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Year: 2016

Program Number: R2016214

Author Affiliation: State University of New York College of Optometry

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Room: 303A-D