Authors analyse the anatomic findings in the anterior chamber cleavage syndrome and emphasize necessity of genetics (heredity being well known) and supervision for detecting glaucoma which occurs in about 50% of these patients and usually appears between 5 and 30 years of age. (Juvenile glaucoma).
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