Acute angle closure in the setting of high axial myopia
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Acute angle closure attack, which typically features a short axial length (AL) as well as a shallow and narrowing anterior chamber (AC), is common in hyperopic eyes. By contrast, myopia with a long AL is typically related to an increased risk of open-angle glaucoma. Acute primary angle closure (PAC) in highly axially myopic eyes is relatively rare. Here, we report a case of a patient with acute angle closure in a highly axially myopic eye.

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