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Spontaneous resolution of glaucoma in a patient with scleromalacia perforans is described. Fluorophotometric measurements established the presence of normal aqueous production. The reduced intraocular pressure is ascribed to either autolysis of the trabecular meshwork and/or maximization of the uveoscleral pathway.
A new technique is presented for obtaining a portable low-power slit view of the cornea and anterior chamber by using a halogen streak retinoscope as the light source and binocular loupes or an aspheric + 20 diopter lens for magnification.
A technique of uniocular visual field testing under binocular viewing conditions for evaluation of unilateral ptosis is described. The eye with the nonptotic lid is covered with a red filter, and both eyes fixate the white fixation light while a green test light is used. The resultant field reveals the true functional field loss due to the ptosis and avoids… (More)
We have developed a new technique for low-power gonioscopic examination of the anterior chamber angle. We use X4 binocular loupes for magnification and a portable halogen-streak retinoscope as the light source focused on a gonioscopic lens.
The advantages of the use of the operating microscope in eyelid surgery are discussed. Its use in 35 cases has yielded excellent results.