He first presented in 1985 with a total retinal detachment in his amblyopic right eye. He was also found to have a nasal giant retinal tear in his left eye that was treated using pars plana vitrectomy, fluid-air exchange, transscleral cryotherapy, a scleral buckling procedure, and infusion of silicone oil. The silicone oil was removed from the left eye in 1990 after 5 years in position. Surgical repair of the right eye was unsuccessful. Six years later, the patient began topical treatment for increased intraocular pressure and remained under long-term follow-up for glaucoma. His visual acuity was previously stable with no light perception OD and 6/60 OS, with advanced field loss in the left eye.