Pathophysiology of Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a complaint wherever the optical whim-whams is injured due to an rise in the intraocular pressure. The pathophysiology of glaucoma is said that the intraocular pressure in the eye upsurges if there's no proper trabecular discharge of waterless humour. There are two kinds of glaucoma Primary open- angle glaucoma (no proper drainage of eye fluids), Angle- check glaucoma (iris is veritably close to drainage angle). Colorful glaucoma surgery practises are

  • Argon Ray Trabeculoplasty
  • picky Ray Trabeculoplasty
  • Ray supplemental Iridotomy

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