A 58 year old male presented with decreased vision & photophobia along with elevated intraocular pressure. This is the finding on examination. Can you diagnose the condition?

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Raised intraocular pressure-glaucoma.

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Large choroidal melanoma presenting as neovascular glaucoma

I HAVE FEW COMMENTS ON HISTORY AND ANT SEGMENT PICTURE ONE CAN NEVER MSKE A DX OF CHORIODAL.MELANOMA PRESENTING AS AS A C G SYMPTOMS OF CH MEL PRESENTING AS A CG ARE PARACENTRAL SCOTOMA BLUED VISION PAILESS AND PROGRESS VIDUAL FIELD LOSS THIS IS IF TUMOUR IS SNT TO LENS IN ANGLE OF FILTERSTION IS INVOLVED THEN ONE CAN HAVE A C G OCULAR HYPERTENSION VITROUS FLOATER IF VITROUS IS INVOLVED DX OF VH MELANOMA IS MADE BY DIRECT OPHTHALMOSCOPY INDIRECT A SCAN ULTRASOUND B SCAN ULTRASOUND CT SCAN BRAIN MRI SCAN BRAIN FFA CH N MELANOMAS PRESENT AS SOLID RETINAL DETAHMENT ON B SCAN ULTRASOUND
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THIS IS A CASE OF A CONGESTIVE GLAUCOMA

A CASE OF A CONGESTIVE GLAUVOMA

Congestive glaucoma Urgent measures to reduce IOT ,like diamox, Betoblocker eye drops, pilocorpine eye drops , Iridectomy

Glaucoma

? Glaucoma.

Glaucoma Raised intraocular tension and decreased vision.

Thanks Dr Sandeep S
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GLAUCOMA

Mydriasis Closed angle glaucoma

Thanx dr Ashok Leel
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