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[Glaucoma] Classification. is hereby granted to: [DR.QUMBER] for outstanding performance and lasting contribution on. [ Glaucoma ] Granted: July 30, 2014. Secondary open angle glaucoma Pretrabecular. Fibrovascular tissue (neovascular glaucoma)

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Glaucoma classification
[Glaucoma]Classification

is hereby granted to:

[DR.QUMBER]

for outstanding performance and lasting contribution on

  • [Glaucoma]

  • Granted: July 30, 2014


Secondary open angle glaucoma pretrabecular

Secondary open angle glaucomaPretrabecular

Fibrovascular tissue (neovascular glaucoma)

2.Endothelial cells (iridocorneal endothelial syndrome)

3.Epithelial cells (epithelial ingrowths)

obstruction by a membrane over trabeculum


Trabecular
Trabecular

  • Clogging of meshwork by

    • Pigment ( pigmentary glaucoma)

    • RBCs ( red cell glaucoma)

    • Degenrated red cells ( ghost cell glaucoma)


3. Lens proteins and macrophages (phacolytic glaucoma)

4. Proteins ( hypertensive uveitis)

5. Pseudoexfoliative material (pseudoexfoliative syndrome)


2. Alteration of trabecular meshwork itself

  • Oedema (herpez zoster iritis)

  • Scarring (post-traumatic angle recession glaucoma)


Post trabecular
Post-trabecular

  • Carotid-cavernous fistulae

  • Sturge-Weber syndrome

  • Obstruction of the superior vena cava

Elevated episcleral venous pressure


Secondary angle closure glaucoma
Secondary angle closure glaucoma;

  • Posterior forces (push iris against trabeculum)

    • Iris bombe due to seclusio pupillae

  • Anterior forces(pull iris over trabeculum as fibro vascular or inflammatory membranes )

    • Late neovascular glaucoma


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