Glaucoma - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The term "ocular hypertension" is used for people with consistently raised intraocular pressure (IOP) without any associated optic nerve damage. Generally, these operations are a temporary solution, as there is not yet a cure for glaucoma. Canaloplasty
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If your IOP remains high, the destruction caused by POAG can progress until tunnel vision develops, and you will be able to see only objects that are straight ahead. (2) Home; More Info. Do you know your UV Risk? Learn about daily activities that threaten your eye health.