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Angle Recession Glaucoma (cont.)

Angle Recession Glaucoma Treatment

Angle Recession Glaucoma Self-Care at Home

If an ophthalmologist prescribes medicines to help lower the pressure inside the eye, properly applying the medication and complying with the eye doctor's instructions are very important (see How to Instill Your Eyedrops). Not doing so could result in an additional increase in IOP that can further affect the optic nerve and cause permanent vision loss.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 12/26/2012
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