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Glaucoma Overview (cont.)

Follow-up

Before leaving the hospital or your doctor's office, you should make sure you have information concerning the following:

  • Medications - When and how they should be taken
  • Signs and symptoms - What symptoms to look for that suggest medication failure, side effects, or other problems
  • Limitations - What activities you must refrain from and for how long
  • Follow-up - When to set up an appointment with your doctor for follow-up examination and to repeat the visual field test
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 6/20/2014
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