By C. Hong, T. Yamamoto, K.H. Park, Y.Y. Kim
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When there is no gap at the angle base and the height of the plateau iris is low, then apposition starts from the bottom of the base (left). On the other hand, when there is a gap at the angle base, apposition does not start from the bottom of the base, and leaves a space at the angle base (right). 25 The height of plateau iris configuration varies between eyes, and may be low or high (Fig. 6). There is a gap at the angle base in some plateau iris configurations (Figure 4), and if present, when pupillary block develops, an apposition may start at Schwalbe’s line, leaving the angle base open.
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Angle Closure Glaucoma by C. Hong, T. Yamamoto, K.H. Park, Y.Y. Kim