Best Glaucoma Treatment in Patna, Bihar | Laxmi Netralaya

Glaucoma Treatment

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What is Glaucoma ?

Glaucoma is an eye disease that damages the optic nerves due to the accumulation of fluid in front of the eye, which increases the pressure inside the eye. This can cause blurred vision and difficulty differentiating colors. While it is more common in people over 40, infantile glaucoma can also occur in babies between 1-24 months old and cannot be cured, only controlled.

There are two types of glaucoma:

Open-angle glaucoma is more common and occurs when the aqueous humor is not drained as it should, gradually building up pressure and causing damage to the optic nerves.

Closed-angle glaucoma occurs when the drainage angle is closer to the iris and can lead to rapid accumulation of fluid and damage to the optic nerves. This type of glaucoma is a medical emergency and can cause blindness if not treated properly thus immediate treatment is required from the best Eye hospital Patna & Arrah. Both types of glaucoma may not have noticeable symptoms in the early stages, making regular eye check-ups essential for early detection and treatment.

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Common Benefits of
Glaucoma Surgery Includes

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Clear vision

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Less recovery time

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Preserve optic nerve damage

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Reduce eye pressure

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Freedom from vision aids

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Faster and safer treatment

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Treatment options

Trabeculoplasty

Trabeculoplasty helps to drain fluid and reduce intraocular pressure, and is typically used when eye drops are not effective. Iridotomy creates a small hole in the iris to allow accumulated fluid to drain out, and is used to treat narrow-angle glaucoma.

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cyclophotocoagulation

Cyclophotocoagulation

Cyclophotocoagulation is used to reduce the production of fluid in the middle layer of the eye to control pressure. Surgery can help reduce intraocular pressure by 20-30%. It is important to consult an ophthalmologist if you have any doubts about glaucoma treatment.