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Diagnosis and Treatment of Closed Angle Glaucoma - Medical Animation



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6/18/21
Diagnosis and Treatment of Closed Angle Glaucoma - Medical Animation
 
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Diagnosis and Treatment of Closed Angle Glaucoma - Medical Animation
This 3D medical animation shows how a closed angle iris from the right eye has blocked the drainage of aqueous humor. When left untreated, the resulting ocular pressure damages the optic nerve and causes blindness. On the left eye, which also has a closed angle iris, proper drainage is restored from laser iridotomy and peripheral iridectomy.

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