The Boston keratoprosthesis (Type 1) can preserve vision in many patients, but it’s highly associated with glaucoma. Here’s help.
Childhood glaucoma can be more serious than adult glaucoma, more challenging to diagnose and more difficult to treat.
Bleb failure is fairly common over time, but a number of techniques can help you return many blebs to functionality.
Surgeons answer key questions about the newly approved option for keeping IOP low—without drops.
These two problems often coexist. A surgeon offers strategies for successfully managing the glaucoma in this situation.
Glaucoma patients often present extra challenges during cataract surgery. An expert offers helpful strategies.
An expert describes how to get the most accurate intraocular pressure measurements after corneal surgery.
These two conditions often exist side-by-side, and treating one often makes the other worse. MIGS may provide a solution.
When signs and symptoms don’t support a diagnosis of high-pressure glaucoma, be on the lookout for signs of neuropathy.
Not every patient can deal with a complex regimen, but options such as combination drops are making things easier.