Neovascular glaucoma associated with uveitis.

  • Susan G Rodgin
  • Published 1987 in Journal of the American Optometric Association

Abstract

A 65-year-old white male presented with severe corneal edema in his left aphakic eye. Though he had been wearing a contact lens in that eye, the cause of his corneal edema was found to be neovascular glaucoma. This paper discusses the case and reviews the literature on neovascular glaucoma. 

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