A case of primary congenital glaucoma: a diagnostic dilemma.

@article{Girgis2007ACO,
  title={A case of primary congenital glaucoma: a diagnostic dilemma.},
  author={Nadine M. Girgis and Kelly A. Frantz},
  journal={Optometry},
  year={2007},
  volume={78 4},
  pages={
          167-75
        }
}
BACKGROUND Primary congenital glaucoma generally presents with a classic clinical triad of photophobia, blepharospasm, and epiphora caused by the corneal changes that occur secondary to increased intraocular pressure (IOP). The condition typically presents bilaterally and is rarely hereditary. Onset is from age 2 months to 2 to 3 years. CASE REPORT A 2-year, 5-month-old Hispanic boy presented with an enlarged right eye and an intermittent right exotropia, without tearing or photophobia… CONTINUE READING