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Understanding Uveitic Glaucoma

Uveitic glaucoma is a common complication of uveitis affecting some 20% of patients. Patients with uveitic glaucoma may find their condition difficult to cope with, but with modern treatments, many patients are able to maintain excellent vision.

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The Eye Exam Demystified

While you may not look forward to your annual health exams, including eye exams, it’s important for maintaining your well-being.

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What is Exfoliative Glaucoma?

Glaucoma develops in some patients with a condition called exfoliation syndrome. Exfoliation glaucoma is the most common identifiable secondary form of open-angle glaucoma in the world.