Glaucoma (Kala Motia) Solution

What Is Glaucoma?

A Progressive Eye Disease That Damage The Optic Nerve


Glaucoma Is Usually Caused By Abnormal Intra Ocular Fluid Drainage From The Eye, Leading To : Eye Pressure Rise Damage To The Optic Nerve, Leading To Lose Of Vision.

Types Of Glaucoma

Open Angle Glaucoma

– Most People Do Not Have Symptoms In Its Early Stage

– Lose Of Sight Starts With Peripheral Vision And Spread Slowly To Centre Vision.

The Effect Is So Gradual That Patients Maynot Notice A Change In Vision Until The Condition Is In The Advance Stage.

Angle Closure Glaucoma

Severe Headache , Severe Eyepain, Eye Redness, Sudden Blurred Vision. Sub-acute Angle Closure Galucoma: Mild Patient May Have Headaches That Come And Go . Chronic Angleclosure Glaucoma: Usually A Symptomatic In The Early Stage Due To The Gradual On Set Of The Disesase.

Congenital Glaucoma

This Type Of Glaucome Develops In Infants And Youngchildren . Permanat Vision Loss Occur If It Is Not Treated In Its Early Stage

Secondary Glaucoma

This Type Of Glaucoma Caused By An Eye Disese Including In Eye Injury, Eye Cataract And Diabetic Retinopathy.


  • Visual Field Test
  • Eye Pressure Test( 3 Monthly)
  • Slit Lamp Microscopic Eye Exam
  • Corneal Thickness And Anterior Chamber Angle Examination
  • Optic Nerve Examination( By Ocular Coherence Tomography)

Glaucoma Screening

  • 18-39 Year Atleast Once During This Period
  • 40-64 Year Every: 2-4 Year.
  • 65 Year Or Older : 1-2 Year Every

65 Year Or Older : 1-2 Year Every

Reduce Eye Pressure Through Eye Drops And Oralmedication
Laser Treatment Depend On The Type And Stage Of Glaucoma
Convention Surgery As The Last Option For Those Who have Already Gone Through Medication Or Laser Treatment Without Success
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