Recent Examples of glaucoma from the Web
More than 150,000 individuals in San Diego County suffer from retinal degeneration, glaucoma or diabetic retinopathy.
Keillor has survived heart surgery, a minor stroke and seizures, and recently had surgery on his left eye for cataracts and glaucoma.
In the U.S., approximately one in 25,000 babies is born with congenital pediatric glaucoma.
The comprehensive adult and pediatric eye care services offered at the new clinic include: Eye exams, eyeglasses and contact lenses, cataract evaluations, glaucoma screenings, diabetic eye exams, dry eye testing and an optical store.
If taken for long periods, these drops may increase the risk of cataracts and glaucoma.
Blind for more than 30 years, Paul Mimms — who lost sight in his left eye as a 23-year-old serving in Vietnam and years later lost sight in his right to glaucoma — has long relied on helpful technologies.
This law adds people with HIV and AIDS, glaucoma, post-traumatic stress disorder, ALS, Crohn's disease, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis and similar conditions.
It was determined that Babs had glaucoma, which caused her blindness, Cherry said.
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Origin and Etymology of glaucoma
First Known Use: 1885See Words from the same year
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