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2006 Series -  March 21, 2006 Lecture 41 of 52  NEXT»

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A 25-year-old male presents with decreased vision in his left eye. His vision is 20/20 in the right eye and 20/80 in the left eye. His IOP is 15 mmHg in the right eye and 31 mmHg in the left eye.  His cup-to-disc ratio is 0.3 in the right eye and 0.9 in the left eye with a notch.  On gonioscopy, the above is seen.

The most likely cause of this case of unilateral glaucoma is:   

a. congenital malformation of the trabecular meshwork
b. prior trauma
c. pseudo-exfoliation syndrome
d.  ICE syndrome

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