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Glaucoma Classified According to Mechanism of Intraocular Pressure Rise

Klasifikasi Glaukoma Berdasarkan Mekanisme Peningkatan Tekanan Intraokuler 

A. Open-angle glaucoma  B. Angle-closure glaucoma 
  1. Pretrabecular membranes: All of these may progress to angle-closure glaucoma due to contraction of the pretrabecular membranes.   1. Pupillary block (iris bombé)
    a. Neovascular glaucoma     a. Primary angle-closure glaucoma
    b. Epithelial downgrowth     b. Seclusio pupillae (posterior synechiae)
    c. ICE syndrome     c. Intumescent lens
  2. Trabecular abnormalities     d. Anterior lens dislocation
    a. Primary open-angle glaucoma     e. Hyphema
    b. Congenital glaucoma   2. Anterior lens displacement
    c. Pigmentary glaucoma     a. Ciliary block glaucoma
    d. Exfoliation syndrome     b. Central retinal vein occlusion
    e. Steroid-induced glaucoma     c. Posterior scleritis
    f. Hyphema     d. Following retinal detachment surgery
    g. Angle contusion or recession   3. Angle crowding
    h. Iridocyclitis (uveitis)     a. Plateau iris
    i. Phacolytic glaucoma     b. Intumescent lens
  3. Posttrabecular abnormalities     c. Mydriasis for fundal examination
    a. Raised episcleral venous pressure   4. Peripheral anterior synechiae
          a. Chronic angle closure
    b. Secondary to flat anterior chamber
    c. Secondary to iris bombé
          d. Contraction of pretrabecular membranes

Vaughan and Asbury's General Ophthalmology 17th Edition (McGraw-Hill) 2007

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