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Acute angle-closure glaucoma following botulinum toxin injection for blepharospasm.
  1. P. Corridan,
  2. S. Nightingale,
  3. N. Mashoudi and
  4. A. C. Williams
  1. Birmingham Eye Hospital.

    Abstract

    Botulinum toxin inhibits acetylcholine release and therefore could cause mydriasis. We report a case of acute angle-closure glaucoma which occurred shortly after a series of injections of botulinum toxin round the eyelids for blepharospasm.

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