Plateau iris is a medical condition of the eye resulting from anterior displacement of the peripheral iris by the ciliary body causing angle closure glaucoma. This configuration is usually corrected surgically, for example by iridectomy. If the glaucoma persists even after iridectomy then it is called plateau iris syndrome and subequently managed either medically (miotics) or surgically.
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