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474 Possible Causes for glaucoma neovascular

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  • Angle Closure Glaucoma

    Neovascular glaucoma: secondary angle closure glaucoma with rubeosis iridis. Neovascular glaucoma: secondary angle closure glaucoma with rubeosis iridis.[] important to distinguish the terms neovascular glaucoma and rubeosis iridis pathogenesis of neovascular glaucoma is that retinal ischemia liberates angiogenic factors that[] […] endothelial syndrome Neovascular glaucoma Posterior polymorphous dystrophy Surgery (eg, corneal transplant ) Trauma (penetrating and nonpenetrating) — Contracture of inflammatory[]

  • Ciliary Body Melanoma

    The incidence of neovascular glaucoma at 5 years is 43%. The 5-year actuarial rate of enucleation is 26%. Enucleation was done for pain and/or neovascular glaucoma.[] Radiation-induced cataract was the main complication in 55% of patients, radiation retinopathy in 24%, and neovascular glaucoma in 15%, which was controlled by topical treatment[] Cataract developed in seven eyes (41%) and neovascular glaucoma in two (12%).[]

  • Wyburn Mason's Syndrome

    Vision ranges from normal to markedly reduced in the involved eye, and intraocular hemorrhage and secondary neovascular glaucoma are possible complications.[] Patients who develop neovascular glaucoma require treatment. Retinal photocoagulation may be necessary to treat retinal ischemia.[] Neovascular glaucoma as a complication of the Wyburn-Mason syndrome. J Clin Neuroopthalmol . 1985;5(2):95–98. Brown DM, Campochiaro PA, Singh RP, et al.[]

  • Hydrophthalmos

    Subsequent neovascular glaucoma formed. Medication treated it unsuccessfully.[] Meyer SL (1975) Neovascular glaucoma: A new surgical approach.[] The safety and effectiveness of the XEN Gel Stent in neovascular, congenital, and infantile glaucoma has not been established.[]

  • Malignant Choroidal Melanoma

    An endoresection (surgical ablation of the tumour scar tissue) is sometimes carried out after proton therapy to avoid complications, in particular neovascular glaucoma.[] This can cause a very high elevation of pressure in the eye (Neovascular glaucoma).[] It is also advocated in severely sight-impaired, painful eyes with melanoma-induced neovascular glaucoma.[]

  • Secondary Glaucoma

    Knowing and understanding the etiology and pathogenesis of neovascular secondary glaucoma.[] Most of the severe complications developed in neovascular glaucoma (p 0.05).[] Abstract In most cases (97%) neovascular glaucoma is caused by ischemia [ 5 ].[]

  • Optic Nerve Glioma

    Although the mass effect of an ONG can cause neovascular glaucoma (NVG), this case shows that stereotactic radiosurgery may also cause NVG, even after reducing the mass of[] glaucoma following stereotactic radiosurgery for an optic nerve glioma: a case report. ( 20714392 ) Jeon S....Park C.K. 2010 22 Diagnostic pitfall: optic neuritis mimicking[] glaucoma.[]

  • Iris Prolapse

    Iris Prolaps, Filtering Procedure Iris Prolaps, No Stitch Other Post-Surgical Cases Rubeosis iridis (see also: Neovascular Glaucoma) Trauma/Injury (see also: Anterior Chamber[] Anterior Chamber Brain and Optical Pathway Choroid Congenital Syndromes, Malformations and Abnomalities Conjunctiva Cornea Glaucomas, Ocular Hypertension Hypertensive Retinopathy[] […] see: Congenital Syndromes) Anterior Uveitis/Iridocyclitis Congenital Anomalies (Abnormalities) (see also: Congenital Syndromes) Degenerations and Atrophies (see also under Glaucoma[]

  • Hyphema

    Several retinal ischemic diseases can cause neovascular glaucoma (NVG).[] Neovascular glaucoma [NVG; odds ratio (OR) 2.404; P 0.0017] and anticoagulant or antiplatelet medication at trabeculectomy (OR 2.143; P 0.0274) were significant risk factors[] Ghost Cell Glaucoma 2. Neovascular Glaucoma 3. Trabeculectomy 4. Diabetic Retinopathy 1. Basic and Clinical Science Course. Glaucoma. pp 114-116; 2009-10. 2.[]

  • Iris Atrophy

    Endophthalmitis, Panophthalmitis, Bacterial (see also: Anterior Chamber) Kerato-Uveitis (see also: Keratitis) Postoperative Cases and Surgical Procedures Rubeosis iridis (see also: Neovascular[] -Augenklinik, Berlin, Germany ICD10-Code: H21.823 Path: Iris and Ciliary Body - Degenerations and Atrophies (see also under Glaucoma) Additional keywords: Iris and Ciliary[] ) Essential Iris Atrophy with Open-Angle Glaucoma Essential Iris Atrophy.[]

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