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therapeutic glaucoma

New glaucoma therapy offers first drug option in years
Glaucoma experiences transformative growth as a subspecialtyAfter decades of slow, but steady, progress in the advancement of glaucoma as a subspecialty, the last quarter century has seen tremendous innovation in this field.
Ocular perfusion pressure, cerebrospinal fluid pressure: New players in glaucoma
The hyphema that keeps on givingPersistent bleeding in a glaucoma patient with neovascular glaucoma after metastatic renal carcinoma requires a range of surgical methods to treat.
The dangers of starting and stopping glaucoma treatmentThe notion of patients not coming in as advised for eye examinations can be troubling. For example, when a patient has an eye disease as potentially significant as glaucoma and chooses to ignore its presence, there is cause for concern on the part of the doctor.