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34 year old man with a dull ache around his left eye
Digital Journal of Ophthalmology 1998
Volume 4, Number 13
January 7, 1998
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Yichieh Shiuey, MD | Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Vision: 20/20 OD; 20/25 OS
External exam: (see Figure 1)
Pupils: 3 --> 2 OD 4 --> 3 OS
Motility: Full OU
Slit lamp examination: (see Figure 2)
Intraocular pressure: 15 mm Hg OD, 45 mm Hg OS
Gonioscopy: Angles open 360 degrees OU. No synechiae present or neovascularization.
Figure 1
The patient's external features were normal. The left pupil can be seen to be slightly larger than the right pupil.

Figure 2
Figures 2-3. Corneas were clear bilaterally. Conjunctiva were white and quiet OU. The anterior chambers appeared deep OU. There was 1+ flare and rare cell in the anterior chamber OS. The anterior chamber OD was quiet. Irides and lenses appeared normal.

Figure 3