Fig. 3.1

Anterior photograph photograph of acute angle closure, with fixed pupil and cloudy g cornea.

Fig. 3.2

Slit-lamp photograph of shallow anterior chamber (depth <2 mm) associated with brunescent nuclear cataract. Note the relatively narrow separation between the light beams on the cornea and lens, in relation to the corneal beam width.

Review Once the IOP and any intraocular inflammation are under control, the patient’s visual field is usually assessed

with static perimetry. The IOP is reassessed at follow-up, several weeks after treatment.

Acute angle-closure glaucoma— management