Tag: Glaucoma

Ocular Hypertension and the Risk Factor

The term “ocular hypertension” refers to a condition in which the pressure inside the eye is higher than it should be. Ocular hypertension is defined as an IOP greater than 21mm Hg with normal visual fields, normal optic discs, open angles, and no ocular or systemic illnesses contributing to...
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Glaucoma Perspective: From Back to Future

The diagnosis of glaucoma is a conundrum that cannot be solved by depending on a single diagnostic instrument or a single sign. Inconsistency in diagnosis was linked to traditional, subjective approaches such as nerve fibre layer photography and visual field analysis. The introduction of optical coherence tomography (OCT) allowed...
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