Visual acuities were hand motions in the right eye and 20/32 in the left eye. In the right eye, there was neovascularization of the iris (NVI, Figure 1) and a narrow angle. The Intraocular pressure (IOP) was 60 mm Hg. A cortical cataract was present. The posterior segment examination showed retinal arterial narrowing, dilated retinal veins, midperipheral dot and blot hemorrhages (Figure 2) and marked optic disc cupping. A carotid bruit was present on the right side. Examination of the left eye was within normal limits. The clinical picture suggested carotid artery stenosis resulting in ocular ischemia to both the posterior and anterior segments—i.e. Ocular Ischemic Syndrome (OIS).