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Microhaemangiomas of the iris with spontaneous hyphaema and acute glaucoma.
  1. H D Perry,
  2. F J Mallen and
  3. W Sussman

    Abstract

    A case of bilateral microhaemangiomas of the pupillary borders in a 69-year-old woman is described. When first seen she presented with acute angle closure glaucoma and spontaneous hyphaema. Photographs and iris fluorescein angiography are presented and microhaemangiomas are discussed.

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