Pigment dispersion, pseudoexfoliation syndromes and glaucoma

This article reviews the conditions of pigment dispersion syndrome and pseudo-exfoliation syndrome, their clinical features, how they can lead to secondary glaucoma and guidance to help detect these conditions in practice

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