Phacomorphic glaucoma



phacomorphic glaucoma phac·o·mor·phic glaucoma (fāk’ō-môr’fĭk)
n.
Secondary glaucoma caused either by excessive size or by spherical shape of the lens. Also called phacogenic glaucoma.

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