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“…What is fascinating is the lucid subtle differences of BADI with bilateral acute iris transillumination[6](BAIT), wherein there is iris epithelial transillumination defect, atonic dilated pupil, and higher tendency of IOP spikes. Usually, BAIT is resistant to medical treatment and needs surgical glaucoma interventions,[7] which a clinician needs to decipher in the long term. Human leukocyte antigen (HLA) B-51 positive individuals have a genetic predisposition[8] to develop moxifloxacin-induced BAIT.…”
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“…Maestrini et al (2) described the first Brazilian case of this disease; however, as pointed by experts in this pathology in a letter to the editor (9) , deeper analysis of the case demonstrated that the characteristics were closer to another pathological condition called bilateral acute iris transillumination (BAIT). This disorder usually shows atonic dilated pupils and diffuse iris transillumination defects and has a higher incidence of IOP elevation (10) .…”
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