We report novel case of a 57-year-old woman who developed bilateral ocular ischemic syndrome in the setting of chronic angle closure glaucoma without associated angle neovascularization. Detailed is a course in which markedly prolonged, elevated intraocular pressure led to significantly reduced arterial perfusion at the level of the central retinal artery, leading to the clinical picture of ocular ischemic syndrome.
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- bilateral ocular ischemic syndrome
- chronic angle closure glaucoma
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