A 40-year-old man with refractory glaucoma was referred for decreased vision in the right eye after an aqueous shunting surgical procedure 3 weeks prior. The surgical procedure was a 2-staged Baerveldt implantation after which he developed fluctuating but progressive visual decline. The patient’s ocular history was significant for Sturge-Weber syndrome with bilateral cutaneous port-wine stains, secondary glaucoma in the right eye, and an irregular globe with a white cataract and chronic retinal detachment (RD) in the left eye.
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Chiou CA, Gragoudas E. Retinal Detachment in a 40-Year-Old Man With Sturge-Weber Syndrome. JAMA Ophthalmol. 2021;139(5):581–582. doi:10.1001/jamaophthalmol.2020.4665
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