Glaucoma

Almost 50 million people worldwide are affected by the multifactorial ophthalmic neuropathy known as glaucoma, which is also the second most common cause of vision loss. A damage to the visual nerve causes glaucoma, which leads to a high intraocular weight. If untreated, it will lead to vision issues, the onset of which will be imperceptibly blindsides at the edges of the visual field, then visual deficit. The main cause of glaucoma, aside from a few obscure underlying factors, is damage to the optic nerve. Glaucoma is the second most prevalent global cause of vision loss, according to the World Wellbeing Association (WHA). The clutters can be separated into two groups: opportunistic clutter and general clutter with a closed edge clutter.

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