OCT examination of patient II-1. A) Partial iris apposition to the cornea, decreasing the iridocorneal angle of the right eye. Presence of abnormal goniostrands.(arrow) B) Abnormal goniosynechiae associated with goniostrands in a supratemporal position in the right eye (arrow). These structures significantly decrease the iridocorneal angle and clearly explain the very high intraocular pressure measured in this remaining eye. C) Polycoria with a heterogeneous iris and abnormal structure of the cornea. An iridocorneal synechia is visible between the corneal endothelium (arrow 1) and the inner part of the iris (arrow 2). It appears to be the remnant of iris hypoplasia and contributes to polycoria. D) Visualization of abnormal goniostrands (arrow 1) and of an abnormal remnant iris bridge effected by partial hypoplasia (arrow 2).