Prostaglandin analogue-induced orbital fat atrophy
Jeff Welder, MD
52-year-old female with angle recession glaucoma of the left eye treated with a prostaglandin analogue for many years with resultant orbital fat atrophy on that side. Note the superior sulcus.
The patient returned one year after discontinuing the prostaglandin analogue and her orbital fat atrophy had markedly improved.
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