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5glaucoma An eye disease associated with increased pressure within the eye Glaucoma can damage the optic nerve and cause impaired vision and blindness
6glaucoma increased intraocular pressure that can result in optic nerve damage and loss of sight
7glaucoma A disease characterised by defects in the visual field, damage to the nerve at the back of the eye, and usually raised pressure inside the eye
8glaucoma = the second leading cause of blindness in the United States; a disease where pressure within the eye is so high that it can damage the optic nerve and lead to vision loss; it affects side vision long before central vision is affected
9glaucoma A disease characterized by increased pressure within the eyeball more If not diagnosed and treated, glaucoma may lead to optic nerve damage, loss of visual field, gradual vision impairment, and sometimes blindness
10glaucoma a group of eye diseases characterized by an increase in intraocular pressure which causes pathological changes in the optic disk and typical defects in the field of vision
11glaucoma A disease of the eye caused by increased intraocular pressure Back to the top H
12glaucoma Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness, if left untreated Common open-angle glaucoma is the most common type Lack of proper drainage within the eye causes pressure to build that damages the optic nerve and leads to vision loss Proper monitoring and eye medications can control pressures so as to prevent blindness
13glaucoma A group of eye conditions causing progressive vision loss These often symptom-free conditions result in damage to the optic nerve at the back of the eye The three main eye tests for glaucoma are eye pressure, optic disc appearance and visual fields
14glaucoma increased intra ocular pressure that can result in optic nerve damage and loss of sight
15glaucoma an increase in fluid pressure inside the eye that may lead to loss of vision
16glaucoma — Occurs when there is too much fluid pressure in the eye, causing eye damage and potential blindness Although glaucoma is the leading cause of blindness in the United States, it can be prevented if the disease is detected and treated in time (JP) - Usually characterized by increased intraocular pressure, resulting in damage to the optic nerve, retinal nerve fibers (NERF) - A condition in which the pressure in the eye increases The normal is- mm of mercury as measured by standardized instruments The pressure can increase gradually and can affect the eyes normal function
17glaucoma a disease of the eye marked by increased pressure within the eyeball If left untreated, glaucoma can damage the optic nerve and cause loss of vision
18glaucoma Glaucoma is an eye disease which can cause people to go gradually blind. an eye disease in which increased pressure inside your eye gradually makes you lose your sight (from glaukos ). Disease marked by increased pressure in the eye. A result of blockage of the flow of fluid (aqueous humour) at the outer edge of the iris, this pressure is transmitted to the optic nerve head and the retina. Chronic glaucoma can be treated with drugs that contract the pupil. Acute glaucoma may be intermittent. Permanent relief requires surgery to provide an outlet for the fluid. Either type causes vision impairment or blindness if untreated
19glaucoma disease of the eye associated with the increased pressure within the eyeball
20glaucoma An eye disease in which increased pressure in the eye can lead to blindness
21glaucoma a condition in which the pressure inside the eye increases beyond the norm, damaging the optic nerve and causing loss of peripheral vision
22glaucoma An eye disease in which the passages that allow fluid in the eye to drain become clogged or blocked, or there is too much fluid produced inside of the eye Increased pressure inside the eye then damages the optic nerve and causes vision loss
23glaucoma a progressive optic neuropathy (a disease of the optic nerve) characterized by a specific pattern of retinal ganglion cell, axon, and optic nerve damage, resulting in a reduction in the visual field (beginning in the periphery and gradually moving inward) and even blindness; most significant risk factor is elevated intraocular pressure (IOP), which results from less fluid leaving the eye than is entering the eye; other possible risk factors, most of which have been as yet little explored, may include low blood pressure, abnormally low intracranial pressure, autoimmune phenomena, sleep apnea, sleeping with the pillow or one's knuckles pressed against the eye, an abnormally hard or soft lamina cribrosa (the stack of platelike "perforated wafers" through which the optic nerve fibers pass through the eye), inherited or acquired abnormalities of the connective tissue of the lamina cribrosa, primary ganglion cell degeneration, and other as yet unconsidered possibilities
24glaucoma (Ophthalmology) disease of the eye characterized by increased fluid pressure within the eye (causes impairment or loss of vision)  isim
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