Fig. 1. Clinically normal right eye (A) and affected left eye (B) of a 41-year-old man with ICE syndrome who presented complaining of slight decrease in visual acuity and photophobia of the left eye. Note left conjunctival injection, iris stromal thinning, pupil irregularity, and two full-thickness iris holes. There was mild left epithelial edema with an applanation tension of 45 compared with 18 mm Hg in the right eye. Gonioscopic view (C) of the inferior angle of the left eye, showing prominent peripheral anterior synechiae adherent anterior to Schwalbe's line. Trabeculectomy was required for control of the glaucoma in the left eye.