Iridocorneal endothelial syndrome
There are iris atrophy with corectopia and polycoria. The contralateral eye is normal. The eye 
may have previous glaucoma operation. The cornea may show signs of decompensation with 
corneal oedema. The endothelium shows guttate-like changes.

Further examination:

  • look for tube (Molteno's) in the anterior chamber 
  • posterior segment for signs of glaucoma


1. What is the pathophysiology of ICE syndrome?

2. What are the different varieties of ICE syndrome?

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