Glaucoma is a type of ocular hypertension. This disease is also known as the silent killer of the eyes. High eye pressure is called ocular hypertension. In this case, ocular-hypertension is when the normal eye pressure is more than 11-21 mm Hg.
However, there may be no change in the optic nerve or visual field. However, whenever there is damage to the optic nerve or visual field and there is high pressure in the eye, it is called glaucoma.
Why is glaucoma? : If the direct discharge of water from the ciliary epithelium is higher than normal to maintain the position of the eyes. Indirect emissions are 20 percent normal. If for any reason (by medication) it is less than then glaucoma occurs. Glaucoma occurs if there is obstruction in any of the trabeculum, corneal scrotal meswork, smas canal etc.
How do you know if you have glaucoma? : Eye pressure gauge with tonometer. If it is more than 11-21 mm, the optic nerve has been changed with glaucoma ophthalmoscope.
Perimeter / Analyzer (with Humphrey or Octopus). Rainbow-like vision, pain in the eyes, headache and dizziness, redness / blurred vision, watery eyes, blurred vision, vomiting, decreased vision, enlarged gems, and finally complete blindness of the eyes. Etc. symptoms of glaucoma. The worst thing is that people without any symptoms of eye pressure go blind like a worm.
Types of high blood pressure or glaucoma:
1. Congenital glaucoma or buthalmos, 2. Acquired or post-birth involvement.
Treatment: Pilo Drops, Timo Drops, Latono Prast, Prostagamine, Alfagan, Betagan as per the advice of ophthalmologist. Eating Pills: Acemix, Electro-K. Trabeculoplasty: Laser. Arm surgery: Perforation of iris, trabeculectomy / trabeculectomy, siege or filtering operation.