The dural shunt syndrome. I. Management of glaucoma.

  title={The dural shunt syndrome. I. Management of glaucoma.},
  author={Patricia Fiore and Mark A Latina and Bradford J. Shingleton and Joseph F. Rizzo and Eileen Ebert and A Robert Bellows},
  volume={97 1},
The authors present four cases of the dural shunt syndrome in which shallowing of the anterior chamber or rubeosis developed. All patients were female, ranging in age from 66 to 79 years, exhibiting elevated intraocular pressure (IOP), decreased extraocular movements, injected tortuous episcleral vessels, and proptosis. The authors managed these four cases with laser iridotomy, gonioplasty, panretinal photocoagulation, or medical treatment. It is important to recognize associated findings in… CONTINUE READING

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