Hypotony and ciliochoroidal detachment following pharmacologic aqueous suppressant therapy in previously filtered patients.

This is the first report describing the syndrome of hypotony and ciliochoroidal detachment following pharmacologic aqueous suppressant therapy in previously filtered eyes. Four patients had a history of advanced primary open-angle glaucoma treated with multiple medical therapies, including timolol for 11 to 36 months. They then underwent filtration surgery… CONTINUE READING