Zonular Ligament Abnormalities Intermingled in Acute Primary Angle Closure: A Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenge

Published: 5 June 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/xmhk53wgtz.1
Hong Chen


This data includes information on patients with primary Angle closure alone and primary Angle closure with suspension ligament abnormalities, including demographic characteristics and biometric values, to help us calculate indicators and biological cutoff values related to lens suspension ligament abnormalities, so as to better identify lens suspension ligament abnormalities encountered in clinical work and make more appropriate treatment.


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A retrospective study was conducted to search the hospital's previous database for patients who were admitted with primary acute angle-closure glaucoma, discharged with primary acute angle-closure glaucoma and abnormal suspensory ligaments of the lens, and underwent cataract surgery during hospitalization.


Hebei Eye Hospital


Angle-Closure Glaucoma