Pigment dispersion syndrome is often seen in young, myopic males and cause an aggressive from of glaucoma. Glaucoma causes permanent vision loss and is often asymptomatic. Often times, the signs of pigment dispersion syndrome may be subtle and requires a high index of suspicion. Patients with pigment dispersion syndrome may have normal eye pressure and no vision loss from glaucoma. However, these patients need to be followed very closely over time because they may rapidly develop visual field defects if they are not monitored appropriately. Signs of pigment dispersion syndrome include transillumination defects in the iris, pigment on the corneal endothelium and a heavily pigmented trabecular meshwork on gonioscopy. The doctors at North Shore Eye Care(Dr Martin, Dr Zweibel, Dr Dhar, Dr Mauro, Dr Choinski, Dr Greenberg, Dr O'Malley) are aware of the signs of all the forms of glaucoma and monitor their patients at appropriate intervals of time. For those patients with advanced diseases, their glaucoma specialist is always available to provide additional evaluation and treatment if needed. North Shore Eye Care provides excellent care for all of their patients, and has offices through out Long Island in Riverhead, Smithtown, Holbrook, Deer Park.