At her initial visit, visual acuity was 20/200 OD and 20/400 OS while wearing −6.00-DS contact lenses. Intraocular pressure was 35 mm Hg OU, both pupils reacted to light, and slitlamp examination revealed mild corneal edema and shallow anterior chambers bilaterally (Figure 1A and B). Gonioscopy revealed appositional angle closure bilaterally (Figure 1C and D). Fundus examination showed healthy nerves with a cup-disc ratio of 0.2 OU. A diagnosis of bilateral angle-closure glaucoma was made. Treatment was started in the emergency room with 1 dose of each of the following: pilocarpine hydrochloride, 1%, eye drops; timolol maleate, 2%/dorzolamide hydrochloride, 0.5%, eye drops; brimonidine tartrate, 0.15%, eye drops; latanoprost, 0.005%, eye drops; and oral acetazolamide, 500 mg.