Malignant glaucoma refers to a condition of increased intraocular pressure with a shallow or flat anterior chamber. It is a rare condition but is difficult to treat and often results in blindness. It is believed that a blockage of the flow of acqueous causes malignant glaucoma. This article explains pathophysiology, epidemiology, and various treatment options in detail.
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