Unilateral Open-Angle Glaucoma Associated with the Ipsilateral Nevus of Ota
Fundus photography of the right eye (a) shows “darker fundus” (more pigment in the choroid) by ophthalmoscopy. The physical appearance of the right optic disc shows signs of glaucoma (C/D 0.4). Fundus photographs of the left eye (b), and optic head nerve is normal (C/D 0.2).
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