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Angle Recession Glaucoma (cont.)

Questions to Ask the Doctor

  • Is my eye pressure elevated?
  • Are there any signs of internal eye damage due to an injury?
  • Are there any optic nerve abnormalities on my examination?
  • Is my peripheral vision normal?
  • Is treatment necessary?
  • How often should I undergo follow-up examinations?
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