Exfoliation syndrome (XFS) is an age related multifactorial, progressive, disorder, characterized by the excessive production of an extracellular material that results in white fibrillar deposits in many ocular tissues, significantly on the anterior lens surface and pupillary margin

Here, you will learn about APPROACH TO Primary Angle Closure Suspect (PACS) AND Primary Angle Closure (PAC)
Angle closure refers to the appositional or synechial closure of the anterior chamber angle where the peripheral iris is pressed against the trabecular meshwork, resulting in aqueous outflow obstruction.