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  1. An anterior chamber paracentesis can be carefully done on the slit lamp for acute pressure drop. One should consider phacoemulsification as soon as inflammation is controlled and the cornea becomes clear. A MGS procedure can be combined with cataract surgery for improved pressure drop.

  2. Thank a lot cybersight-orbis❤️🔥💯
    My thoughts for question3 of index case-

    ….the question said urgent treatment…
    My humble thoughts are that topical pilocarpine would be ineffective to urgently pull the ischemic/paralysed Iris sphlincters from the angles at intraocular pressure of 50mmHg…

    Thanks again & again Sir!🙏

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