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AAGAssociation of American Geographers (Washington, DC)
AAGAmerican Association of Geographers (Washington, DC)
AAGAssistant Attorney General
AAGAboriginal Art Gallery (Australia)
AAGAlaska Air Group (aviation)
AAGAir and Ground (freight transportation services)
AAGat a Glance
AAGAllgemeine Anthroposophische Gesellschaft (German: General Anthroposophical Society)
AAGAustralian Association of Gerontology
AAGAsia-America Gateway (submarine communications cable system)
AAGAllied Arts Guild (Menlo Park, CA)
AAGAsociación Argentina de Golf
AAGAssistant Adjutant General
AAGAdvanced Arresting Gear
AAGAssistant Auditor General
AAGAcademic Advisory Group (various organizations)
AAGAdvanced Analytics Group (Bain & Company; Los Angeles, CA)
AAGAffirmative Action Group (Zimbabwe)
AAGAnti-Aircraft Gun
AAGArithmetic Algebraic Geometry (math conference)
AAGAeromedical Airlift Group
AAGAustralian Acoustic Generator (minesweeping device)
AAGAlpha-Acid Glycoprotein
AAGArmy Artillery Group (Opposing Forces)
AAGAcute Angle Closure Glaucoma
AAGAssociation of American Geologists
AAGAthletics Association of Guyana (formerly Amateur Athletic Association of Guyana)
AAGAsociación Audubon de Guatemala (Audubon Association of Guatemala)
AAGAmis Aquariophiles Gouesnou (French: Aquarist Friends Gouesnou; Gouesnou, France)
AAGAS/400 Advocacy Group (IBM AS/400 midrange system)
AAGAnciennes Automobiles du Gier (French car club)
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'Is it mild, moderate or severe?' If I am told that the pain is like 'hell on earth' then I know it is a very serious condition and may be due to Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma. The pain cannot be ignored; all activities usually come to a standstill.
IntroductionVisual loss in critical care patients is a point of concern that warrants thorough assessment.1 Acute angle closure glaucoma (AACG) is a possible blinding situation represented by an unexpected and pronounced rise in intraocular pressure (IOP) due to obstruction of aqueous humour outflow.
The Baltimore eye survey of 4870 people found no cases of acute angle closure glaucoma precipitated by mydriatics11.
Topical apraclonidine is currently used for reduction of intra-ocular pressure in acute angle closure glaucoma and following YAG laser therapy.
Angle recession, Acute angle closure glaucoma and Neovascular glaucoma comprised less than 1% of cases.
Feenburg and Paustian and Seminole Hospital alleging failure to properly diagnose Leann's acute angle closure glaucoma. Dr.
Acute angle closure glaucoma (or primary closed angle glaucoma or acute glaucoma) occurs in 0.1% - 0.2% of the population [1].
LIG is a clinical condition characterised by (i) a violent secondary glaucoma (Resembling acute angle closure glaucoma) in one eye with senile mature cataract, hyper mature senile cataract (Rarely immature senile cataract) yet with an open angle, (ii) normal intraocular pressure and open angle in other eye, and (iii) a prompt relief of symptoms and restoration of vision after cataract extraction in the effected eye.
Patients with painful, red eyes are at risk for a variety of sight-threatening conditions, iritis (anterior uveitis), keratitis, and acute angle closure glaucoma, as well as eye trauma, among them (TABLE).
Although most glaucomas are a symptomatic, and therefore likely to be chance findings in optometric practice, acute angle closure glaucoma (AACG) has a very distinct clinical presentation and its symptomatic nature means such patients may, in fact, be seen by a GP or directly at the hospital eye service (HES) first.
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