File:Acute Angle Closure-glaucoma.jpg

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English: Photograph showing acute angle-closure glaucoma which is a sudden elevation in intraocular pressure that occurs when the iris blocks the eye's drainage channel—the trabecular meshwork.
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Source The Eyes Have It
Author Jonathan Trobe, M.D.
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