Glaucoma is a condition caused by a build up of pressure in the eye. The eyeball contains a fluid called aqueous humour which is constantly produced by the eye, with any excess being drained away through tubes.
Glaucoma develops when the fluid cannot drain properly and pressure builds up in the eye. This pressure is known as intra ocular pressure. This can damage the optic nerve and the retina.
Available treatments cannot reverse any damage done but it is effect... Read More