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  1. Understanding Glaucoma Anatomical Chart by Anatomical Chart Company, 2005-06-06
  2. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Glaucoma: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by ICON Health Publications, 2005-01-27
  3. Glaucoma: What You Need to Know by Mark Watts, 2006-04-21
  4. Glaucoma Surgical Techniques (Ophthalmology Monographs, 4) by Richard P. Mills, 1991-08
  5. Eyes: Cataracts, Glaucoma and Macular Degeneration by Robert Walters, 2006-10-19
  6. Maintaining the Target Intraocular Pressure: African American Glaucoma Specialists by Sade Kosoko-Lasaki MD, Mildred M.G. Olivier MDFASC, et all 2005-06-01
  7. Glaucoma Surgery
  8. Clinical Decisions In Glaucoma by Elizabeth Hodapp MD, Richard K. Parrish II MD, et all 1993-01-15
  9. Sclero-corneal trephining in the operative treatment of glaucoma by Robert Henry Elliot, 2010-08-31
  10. Laser Therapy in Glaucoma
  11. Genesis of Glaucoma (Documenta Ophthalmologica Proceedings Series)
  12. Studies on Normal Pressure Glaucoma by H.C. Geijssen, 1991-06-04
  13. Maximizing Results: Strategies in Refractive, Corneal, Cataract, and Glaucoma Surgery by Johnny L. Gayton, 1996-06
  14. International Symposium on Glaucoma, Ocular Bloodflow, and Drug Treatment

121. Ophthalmologist - Eye Doctor Millburn Short Hills Summit Springfield Union Orang
Specializing in comprehensive eye exams, contact lenses, glasses, glaucoma, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and other procedures.
specializing in comprehensive eye exams, contact lenses, glasses,glaucoma, cataracts,diabetic retinopathy,macular degeneration
WELCOME Home General information Eye examinations Contact Lenses ... Facelift Thank you for visiting our web site! We will provide you with information about your eye care. At our eye care center we have been providing Short Hills, Millburn, Summit, Springfield, Union, Orange, Maplewood, Chatham and the surrounding area with a wide array of ophthalmic services such as comprehensive eye examinations, replacement contact lenses and contact lens fitting, low vision evaluation, glaucoma care and laser treatment, cataract surgery, diabetic retinopathy evaluation and laser treatment, macular degeneration diagnosis and preventive measures, refractive surgery for nearsightedness, astigmatism and farsightedness (LASIK), ophthalmic second opinions. At our state of the art optical dispensary department we provide a wide array of designer frames, sun glasses and optical accessories for adults and children. Additionally, we offer specialty products including: sports glasses, diving glasses and magnifiers. We also offer quality craftsmanship with our own in-house optical lab. Please come in and browse our frame selections.

122. Discovery Health Glaucoma
glaucoma is a condition that develops when the fluid pressure in the eye is abnormally high. Some glaucoma cases may be associated with normal pressure.

123. TRAVATAN® - Travopost Ophthalmic Solution 0.004%
Information for health care professionals and patients including information about glaucoma, journal articles, and prescribing information.

124. Glaucoma In Veterinary Patients
French Powered by SYSTRAN. glaucoma in Veterinary Patients. glaucoma DIAGNOSIS OF glaucoma. The
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Glaucoma is the elevation of pressure inside the eye, known as intraocular pressure (IOP) beyond a specific point at which vision is compromised or is no longer possible. Glaucoma is a frequent cause of blindness in humans and animals. To understand glaucoma, it is necessary to understand how the normal flow of intraocular fluid maintains normal intraocular pressure. The fluid inside the eye is called the aqueous humor which is produced in the ciliary body which is located behind the iris. This fluid flows through the pupil and drains from the eye through a sieve-like network located at the junction of the cornea and the iris called the iridocorneal cleft or drainage angle. The aqueous humor is produced and drains from the eye at approximately the same rate, resulting in a stable pressure inside the eye of 15 to 20 mmHg (millimetres of mercury). Glaucoma occurs as a consequence of inadequate outflow of aqueous humor and a subsequent buildup of pressure inside the eye. The resulting high pressure damages the optic nerve and results in blindness. There are two categories of glaucoma.

125. Glaucoma Net - The Glaucoma Resource
glaucoma Net is the official Home Page of the Greek glaucoma Society. Everything about glaucoma, abstracts, case reports, glaucoma
Glaucoma Net is the official Home Page of the Greek Glaucoma Society. Everything about glaucoma, abstracts, case reports, glaucoma forum, glaucoma and ophthalmology links, free medline, free software, congresses, members pages, and much more! Viewing this page requires a browser capable of displaying frames.

126. Glaucoma - Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2, Type 1, And Metabolic Disorders Treatment
What is glaucoma? glaucoma is usually, but not always, associated with elevated pressure in the eye (intraocular pressure). This
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Glaucoma is usually, but not always, associated with elevated pressure in the eye ( intraocular pressure ). This pressure leads to damage to the eye (optic) nerve. Actually, glaucoma is now considered a disease of the optic nerve (optic neuropathy) that causes a loss of vision, usually in both eyes (bilateral). This loss often begins with a subtle decrease in side (peripheral field) vision. If the glaucoma is not diagnosed and treated, it may progress to loss of central vision and blindness. How common is glaucoma?
Worldwide, glaucoma is the leading cause of irreversible blindness. In fact, as many as 6 million individuals are blind in both eyes from this disease. In the United States alone, according to one estimate, over 3 million people have glaucoma. As many as half of the individuals with glaucoma, however, may not know that they have the disease. The reason they are unaware is that glaucoma initially causes no symptoms, and the loss of vision on the side (periphery) is hardly noticeable. What causes glaucoma?

127. New Jersey, Old Bridge-lasik New Jersey,lasik,lasik Vision,lasik Nj,ophthalmolog
Robert M. Scharfman, M.D. specializes in laser vision correction LASIK. Practice based in Old Bridge, New Jersey and also provides cataract laser surgery, glaucoma, eye exams, contact lenses.
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128. Malattie Oculari
Tricase, LE L'unit  operativa di oculistica dell'azienda ospedaliera fornisce informazioni sul glaucoma, cataratta, maculopatia senile, retinopatia diabetica e distacco di retina. Offre approfondimenti e risposte a quesiti personali via email.
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In queste pagine cerchiamo di dare una descrizione sintetica ed esauriente delle malattie oculari più frequenti. Il taglio di esposizione è eminentemente pratico, con l'intenzione di evitare nozioni eccessivamente tecniche e termini fuori dall'uso comune. Abbiamo cercato di basarci sull'esperienza clinica quotidiana, tenendo conto delle domande che più frequentemente ci pongono gli ammalati ed i loro familiari. Chiunque desideri approfondimenti o voglia porre quesiti può utilizzare l'indirizzo di posta elettronica riportato qui sotto, fornendo un suo recapito personale: sarà nostra cura rispondere nel più breve tempo possibile. Accessi a questa pagina: 7281
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129. Journal Of Glaucoma:
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United States: Individual: $270.00 Institutional: $420.00 International: Individual: $270.00 Institutional: $420.00 This is an unusually well-conceived title, which ... should be welcomed by generalists and specialists alike. JAMA The Journal of Glaucoma provides a stimulating forum for the discussion of clinical, scientific, and socioeconomic issues of concern to clinicians who care for glaucoma patients. Each bimonthly issue presents original articles on new approaches to diagnosis, innovations in pharmacological therapy and surgical technique, and basic science advances that impact on clinical practice. Price: United States: Individual: $270.00 Institutional: $420.00

130. Glaucoma Information At
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131. Experimental Ophthalmology Unit, University Of Liverpool, UK
Research and teaching centre for the control and treatment of eye disorders and our interests include ARMD, corneal scarring, diabetes, ectodermal dysplasia, genetics, glaucoma, melanoma and PVR.
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Recent Publications Contact Us/Personnel List Welcome to the Experimental Ophthalmology Unit, a clinical, research and teaching centre for the control and treatment of eye disorders. Our interests include AMD/ARMD, corneal scarring, diabetes, ectodermal dysplasia, genetics, glaucoma, melanoma and PVR. Our Unit is comprised of both the Academic Unit of Ophthalmology and the clinical St Paul's Eye Unit. The Academic Unit is located in the Department of Medicine which is part of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Liverpool RLBUHT ). Our Unit performs basic science and clinical research into the control of eye disease and ocular tissue repair and regeneration. We are also the focus of a wide variety of teaching activities at levels ranging from undergraduate to postgraduate, medical and non-medical. The Academic Unit currently employs over 20 research scientists committed to the development of novel techniques that will improve the understanding and treatment of ocular disorders. Ongoing projects within the Experimental Ophthalmology Unit include analysis of the:

132. Newton's Apple Season 15: Glaucoma
The thief is a disease called glaucoma, a painless affliction that is the second leading cause of blindness in the United States.
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Begin the lesson by asking students, "Do you know that everyone is a little bit blind?" Then instruct them to conduct the following experiment to find their normal blind spot. On a piece of paper, draw two small stars about four inches apart. Cover your left eye and hold the paper at arm's length. With your right eye focused on the left star, move the paper slowly toward you. What happens? Switch eyes and do it again. Where did the star go? Why do you think this is happening?
Most of us have thought about how difficult daily life would be if we were blind, so we're careful to protect our eyes. Yet for a million Americans, there is a sneak thief at work, slowly and silently stealing their vision. The thief is so clever that the victims don't even know their eyesight is in danger. The thief is a disease called glaucoma, a painless affliction that is the second leading cause of blindness in the United States. Glaucoma is a disease of the plumbing system of the eye, a system that most people don't even know they have. A normal eye is filled with a fluid, called aqueous humor, that constantly flows through the pupil (the dark, central part of the eye that lets in light) and over the iris (the colored ring of tissue around the pupil that gives our eyes their color). The fluid, produced inside the eye by the skin of the ciliary body (focusing muscle), nourishes the cornea (the clear front lens of the eye) as it flows out of the eye through a meshwork of tiny drainage openings at the base of the iris (where it joins the outside edge of the cornea).

133. Timolol TOC
Information about this beta blocker drug and its uses in glaucoma treatment, including pharmacology, adverse reactions, and other details.
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134. Glaucoma
Up Chronic Open Angle glaucoma Closed Angle glaucoma Optic Nerve Changes Secondary Angle Recession Secondary Open Angle glaucoma.
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135. Glaucoma Associates Of Texas, Located In Dallas TX
They work closely with their patients to control this disease and prevent further loss of vision using the latest technologies in monitoring and treatment.
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We understand that facing specialized eye care or eye surgery can create anxiety. Each of our physicians have extensive, additional training to attain special expertise in the comprehensive management of glaucoma. Our physicians limit their practice to the care of glaucoma patients and work as a team to diagnose rare types of glaucoma and unusual conditions associated with it. If you have glaucoma, you and your physician should work together to protect your vision in the years ahead. With early diagnosis and therapy, such as eye drops or surgery , glaucoma rarely leads to blindness. Early testing and an accurate diagnosis, along with long term treatment, are the keys to maintaining your vision. Some of your questions about glaucoma may be answered on our Glaucoma Information page. You can also learn the terms that may pertain to you and your glaucoma here, or review some brief glaucoma definitions on our website.

136. Glaucoma, UPMC | University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
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137. Blindness And Preventable Problems: Providing Eyecare In Developing Countries.
Offering help with blindness and preventable problems such as cataract and glaucoma, providing eyecare in India.
Blindness and preventable eye problems: Eye Foundation provides eyecare. We help to ensure adequate eyecare for the underprivileged of the world, treating patients in developing countries.
Blindness and preventable eye problems: Eye Foundation provides eyecare. We help to ensure adequate eyecare for the underprivileged of the world, treating patients in developing countries.

138. Glaucoma
glaucoma. glaucoma. European Association for the Study of Diabetic Eye Complications EASDEC. glaucoma / genetics. Brain briefings glaucoma genetics.
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European Association for the Study of Diabetic Eye Complications : EASDEC This is the official site of EASDEC, the European Association for the Study of Diabetic Eye Complications, which is a sub-group of EASD, the European Association for the Study of Diabetes. It is "a group of health professionals caring for patients with diabetic eye disease. This includes ophthalmologists, diabetologists, specialist nurses, photographers and others." Their Web site provides general patient information on diabetes, as well as more detailed information on retinopathy, rehabilitation and related conditions including glaucoma, sore eyes, retinal vein occlusion and cataracts. The site includes a section aimed at health professionals, including a photographic case report section with high quality images, and a series of questions and answers. Some images at this site use Shockwave. Published on the Web by the University of Birmingham, School of Medicine. Retinal Vein Occlusion Patient Education Glaucoma Diabetic Retinopathy ... International Glaucoma Association The IGA web site includes information on the Association, its aims and activities, and discusses the problems of living with glaucoma. Interactive features, requiring Macromedia Flash Player, include a diagram of the eye, and a simulation of the effects of glaucoma. There is a useful guide explaining how to adjust the settings of your computer's web browser for better visibility. A glossary of terms and a series of brief fact sheets cover such topics as chronic glaucoma, driving and glaucoma, dry eye, surgery for glaucoma, testing and treatment. There are links to other internet resources on glaucoma.

139. Missouri Lions Eye Research Foundation
Eye research; operation of the Missouri Lions Eye Tissue Banks; glaucoma screening; eyeglass recycling; amblyopia screening; indigent patient care; and public education.
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Current Date Becky Henderson: Most Active Amblyopia Screening Volunteer 2003-2004 The Foundation's sight programs are helping more people than ever. By sharing information at each club meeting, the Virtual Ambassadors will keep the Lions Clubs of Missouri up-to-date on the latest breaking news about MLERF's work in local communities and around the world. The goal of MLERF is to have at least one Virtual Ambassador in each club. Sign Up Online today and be the first in your club to become a Virtual Ambassador.

140. Brain Briefings Glaucoma Genetics
Full size image available below. glaucoma Genetics Imagine seeing dark. This is the destiny many glaucoma patients face. Researchers
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Full size image available below Glaucoma Genetics Imagine seeing the world through a tube - a tube that could eventually close, leaving you in the dark. This is the destiny many glaucoma patients face. Researchers hope to brighten their future by gaining a clearer understanding of how the disease destroys the system that transmits visual information to the brain. New studies on genes are providing some answers and are allowing researchers to investigate ways to improve diagnosis and treatment. Apparently what's-his-face from the movie Titanic trotted past you in the subway. And you missed him. How?
Several months later your doctor informs you that the eye ailment, glaucoma, was to blame.
The sight-stealing disease, which affects some three million Americans, often offers no obvious warning signs. There's no pain. Vision seems normal. As the disease progresses, side vision slowly fades. Many ignore the clue and suspect they just need new glasses. A delayed doctor's visit reveals that the damage already is irreversible.
But now new research is sure to buoy your spirits. An increasing number of studies show that abnormal and healthy genes - an inherited code that guides the production of proteins - are associated with the development of some forms of glaucoma. The discoveries are leading to:

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