Pseudoexoliation Syndrome

Statistics and Associations

  • Characterized by an abnormal accumulation of white fibrillar material in the anterior chamber
  • Commonly seen after fifth to sixth decade of life
  • Increased intraocular pressure changes noted in 50% of pseudoexfoliation syndrome patients within ten years of diagnosis


  • No treatment recommended unless glaucomatous changes occur
  • Laser treatments quite effective as well as topical medications