The coincidence of secondary glaucoma and detached retina in the same patient is so infrequent, and the features of the case are so unusual that I venture to present this subject for the consideration of the Society.
REPORT OF CASE
Clinical History.—Z. R. S., a business man, aged 42, was first seen by me on May 31, 1929. He stated that for years he had worn glasses to correct myopia and astigmatism. He had consulted Dr. Bruns of New Orleans in March, 1928, who had changed his glasses, and aside from his refractive error had found nothing abnormal.
He consulted Dr. Bruns again on Feb. 25, 1929, for a reexamination, and at this time it was discovered that he had glaucoma in each eye. Later, Dr. Bruns sent me a letter confirming this statement with a transcript of his notes of the examination. Vision in the right eye with