Case Study 167 Iris Cysts
RP is a 22-year-old woman who was seen by her optometrist for a routine eye examination. She was noted on slit-lamp inspection to have a bulge in the left temporal iris. Her pupil was dilated, and no retroiridial or ciliary mass could be detected. Transillumination was performed and no pigmented lesion was seen.
KeywordsPublic Health Intraocular Pressure Benign Lesion Angle Closure Multiple Cyst
Iris cysts (WMV 1.17 MB)