Morning glory syndrome associated with primary open angle glaucoma--case report.

@article{Bozic2014MorningGS,
  title={Morning glory syndrome associated with primary open angle glaucoma--case report.},
  author={Marija Bozic and Paraskeva P Hentova-Sen{\'c}ani{\'c} and Vujica D Markovi{\'c} and Ivan V. Marjanovi{\'c}},
  journal={Srpski arhiv za celokupno lekarstvo},
  year={2014},
  volume={142 3-4},
  pages={223-5}
}
INTRODUCTION Morning glory syndrome (MGS) is a rare congenital optic disc anomaly, first reported in 1970. MGS is a nonprogressive and untreatable condition, which usually occurs as an isolated ocular anomaly, and can be associated with the increased incidence of nonrhegmatogenous retinal detachment, and also with strabismus, afferent pupillary defect… CONTINUE READING