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Glaucoma

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Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a general term for increased pressure inside the eye. It is a painful condition that can lead to blindness if left untreated. Although glaucoma may not be preventable in many cases, early diagnosis and treatment may reduce the risk of permanent damage and blindness.

Image: Eye: uveitis and secondary glaucoma - Dalmatian© James Oliver

What is glaucoma?

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What are the signs of glaucoma?

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How will my veterinarian diagnose glaucoma?

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How is glaucoma treated?

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Can glaucoma be prevented?

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