Anteriorly displaced Schwalbe’s line with Iris attachment
by Dada Tanuj, Sidhu Talvir, Kumar Amit, Sharma Ajay

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by Tanuj Dada
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This video presents a case of Axenfeld-Rieger syndrome showing anteriorly displaced band like pigmented Schwalbe’s line (called posterior embryotoxon) with abnormal iris attachment to the Schwalbe’s line. These iris adhesions can later contract to cause secondary angle closure leading to glaucoma.

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