Glaukom pp 247-263 | Cite as

Glaukom bei Erkrankungen des Hornhautendothels

  • M. Bruce Shields
  • Günter Karl Krieglstein

Zusammenfassung

Das gemeinsame Auftreten von Glaukom und Hornhauterkrankungen kann in 3 Erkrankungsgruppen unterteilt werden [1]. In der ersten Gruppe ist das gemeinsame Auftreten Folge einer gemeinsamen Erkrankung des gesamten vorderen Augensegmentes. Dazu zählen Fehlbildungen wie z.B. die Peters-An-omalie, die Sklerokornea, die Aniridie und das Axenfeld-Rieger-Syndrom oder erworbene Erkrankungen, wie die Uveitis anterior oder das Trauma. Zur zweiten Gruppe gehören Hornhautveränderungen, die sekundär auf Glaukom auftreten. Hierzu zahlen augeninnendruckabhangige Hornhautveran-derungen, wie z.B. ein Epithel- oder Stromaödem bei akuten oder sehr starken Augeninnendruck-steigerungen, Endothelveränderungen bei chronischen Augendrucksteigerungen sowie Haab-Leisten beim kindlichen Glaukom. Hornhautverän-derungen können auch sekundär auf die langfristige lokale Anwendung von Glaukommedikamenten auftreten.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Bruce Shields
    • 1
  • Günter Karl Krieglstein
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of OphtalmologyDuke University Medical CenterDurhamUSA
  2. 2.Direktor der Universitäts-Augenklinik KölnKölnDeutschland

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