A Clinical Case from the Archives : 15/02/2005

The intraocular pressure in this eye is 42mmHg which explains its redness. But what is causing the glaucoma?

The yellowish-white mass in the pupil is a ciliary body adenoma which has gradually enlarged resulting in raised intraocular pressure. Enucleation is the best treatment although these tumour rarely metastasize.


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