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Blurred vision and glaucoma

Blurred vision is a lack of sharpness, which makes it possible to see fine details or small objects. Blurred vision may occur if the person wearing the correction lens is not wearing them. Blurred vision may be a sign of various ophthalmic illnesses, such as cataracts, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, diabetes, retinal lesions, brain tumors, or optic nerve damage.

Glaucoma is a group of eye infections, nerve. (the optic nerve from the retina, which is the special light sensing tissue, into the brain so you can see it) usually due to high intraocular pressure. If not treated, it may lead to optic nerve damage, which can cause progressive permanent vision loss. This preventive blindness is one of the leading causes among people, especially in America and Africa. The risk of glaucoma increases dramatically with age. But you may have any age group, even newborns and fetuses.

Glaucoma can be classified into two categories: Chronic Open Angle Glaucoma and Closed Glaucoma

Chronic Open Angle Glaucoma: This is the most common form of glaucoma. The "open" drainage angle of the eye may be blocked, which gradually increases the intraocular pressure. This increase results in visual damage to the nose

Closure of the gland Glaucoma: The contact between the iris and trabecular eyelids, which in turn obstructs the outflow of wet humor from the eye, as a result of which the angle of the eye is narrowed and completely blocked. When the eye's eye is suddenly completely closed, the pressure naturally builds up and is referred to as an acute angle separator glaucoma. Symptoms include severe eye pain, blurred vision, headache, nausea and vomiting.

Treatment of glaucoma depends on the nature and severity of each case. Generally, glaucoma is not curable but can be controlled. Eye drops, pills, laser procedures and surgical interventions are used to prevent or slow down further damage

  • Published On : 4 months ago on March 11, 2018
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