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Non Infectious
Posterior Synechiae

  • Clinical features:
    • Adhesions between posterior iris and the anterior lens surface
    • Often seen in acute anterior uveitis and chronic posterior uveitis
    • May be complicated with angle closure glaucoma due to anterior bowing of the peripheral iris (iris bombè) especially when 360-degree adhesion (seclusio pupillae) occurs
  • Treatment may be attempted with cycloplegic drops.

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