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Research & Reviews 40 results
The American Journal of Emergency Medicine; Norling K, Lange K et. al.
Aug 14th, 2021 - Acute angle-closure glaucoma (AACG) is a medical emergency that can cause permanent visual deficits without prompt recognition. From 2006 to 2011, nearly 12 million visits to emergency departments (ED) in the United States were ophthalmologic in n...
Annals of Palliative Medicine; Chen G, Chen P et. al.
Jun 11th, 2021 - A meta-analysis was conducted to investigate the value of treatment-related indicators of acute angle-closure glaucoma (AACG) based on optical coherence tomography (OCT) to evaluate the curative effect. Articles on the treatment of AACG in clinica...
Journal of Glaucoma; Krawitz BD, Sirinek P et. al.
Dec 19th, 2020 - To report a case of bilateral acute angle-closure glaucoma associated with hyponatremia in the setting of chlorthalidone use and SARS-CoV-2 infection, and to demonstrate the challenges of managing this patient given her infectious status. This was...
The Journal of Emergency Medicine; Jersey A, Perice L et. al.
Dec 15th, 2020 - Acute angle-closure glaucoma (AACG) caused by vitreous hemorrhage is a rare complication of intravitreal injection that often leads to permanent vision loss without prompt treatment. This is a case of vitreous hemorrhage with secondary AACG in an ...
BMC Ophthalmology; Xing X, Huang L et. al.
Mar 7th, 2020 - To compare the anterior biometrics in eyes with secondary acute angle closure induced by occult lens subluxation (ASAC-LS), misdiagnosed as acute primary angle closure (APAC) at the first visit with APAC, chronic primary angle closure glaucoma (CP...
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The Journal of Family Practice;
Aug 1st, 2012 - Signs and symptoms Patients with acute angle-closure glaucoma often develop decreased vision, halos, headaches, severe eye pain, nausea, and vomiting. If the intraocular pressure increases quickly, symptoms can have an acute and dramatic onset; if.