Pigmentary Dispersion Syndrome


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Pigmentary Dispersion Syndrome - is a type of open-angle glaucoma caused by pigment granules gradually breaking free from the iris and ciliary epithelium, and deposited on the back corneal surface, lens and zonules, and obstructing the trabecular meshwork (which increases intraocular pressure).