I can't remember the diagnosis name - the physician did a test which showed me a sample picture of what was a normal structure and one specifically of my structure. The normal structure showed a wide triangular structure - my picture showed an extremely narrow triangle, the angle almost closed at the outer corner of the eye and extremely. He also showed me the left eye, which was narrower than the "normal" sample picture - about half the angle distance - but was still less open than would be normal.
I'm trying to recall exactly - the wide end of the triangle might have been toward the inner part of my eye. All I can say is that where the widest part of the triangle should have been like the "normal" sample - mine was severely narrow.