Vogt's triad in glaucoma

  • Vogt’s triad is seen in postcongestive glaucoma and in treated cases of acute congestive glaucoma
  • It is characterised by:
    • Glaucomflecken (anterior subcapsular lenticular opacity)
    • Patches of iris atrophy
    • Slightly dilated non reacting pupil (due to sphincter atrophy)

Ref : Comprehensive Ophthalmology, 4th edition by A.K.Khurana; page 230

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