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Figure 2: Clinical pictures of the patient. Right eye abduction failure (a); left eye abduction failure (b); dilatation and increased tortuosity of episcleral vessels (c); blood in the Schlemm's canal (d); retinal hemorrhage and engorged venous channels (e and f)

Figure 2: Clinical pictures of the patient. Right eye abduction failure (a); left eye abduction failure (b); dilatation and increased tortuosity of episcleral vessels (c); blood in the Schlemm's canal (d); retinal hemorrhage and engorged venous channels (e and f)