Gonioscopy is the only procedure available for viewing the anterior chamber angle structures. As optometry is expanding its scope and playing a more active role in the diagnosis and management of ocular disease, gonioscopy is becoming a procedure with which optometrists must be proficient. This paper is composed of pictures and slides of normal and anomalous anterior chamber angles. Included are interpretations of the pictures, explanations of the procedure, and indications for its use.
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