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Topic - Gregory Harmon
Dr. Gregory Harmon, a Manhattan ophthalmologist and chairman of the Glaucoma Foundation, said it sounds like the governor probably suffered an attack of acute angle closure glaucoma, which is an emergency situation that occurs when fluids that normally drain freely from the eye suddenly become completely blocked.
Dr. Harmon said the best treatment is an emergency laser iridotomy, which creates a microscopic hole in the iris that lets fluid drain.