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Glaucoma is an eye disease which affects the optic nerve. Damage to the optic nerve is progressive, irreversible and in most cases associated with increased eye pressure. Early diagnosis and appropriate treatment can prevent blindness. That is why it is necessary for all people over the age of 40 to have an eye examination every year, especially if there is a family history of glaucoma.

Predisposing factors:

• High eye pressure
• Family history
• Age
• Corticosteroids intake
• Myopia
• Eye injury


In most cases glaucoma gives no symptoms and it is diagnosed accidentally during an ophthalmological examination. Usually the patient visits the ophthalmologist in the last stage of the disease when he has already noticed significant loss of vision.


The treatment of glaucoma depends on the type and severity of it  and consists of:
• Medication: Eyedrops for daily use in order to reduce eye pressure
• Laser treatment
• Surgery