Laser peripheral iridotomy is the standard first-line treatment in closed angle glaucoma and eyes at risk for this condition. It has been used since 1984 both as treatment and prevention of the disease.
The goal of the Catalyst for a Cure Vision Restoration Initiative is to come up with a novel strategy to save or replace lost retinal nerve cells and reconnect them to the brain.
Learn about the types of childhood glaucoma and how to look for signs that your child may have glaucoma, in this article by Robert Feldman, MD.
The annual Glaucoma 360 Gala at the Grand Hyatt San Francisco honored leaders in glaucoma research innovation.
Glaucoma Research Foundation awards annual research grants for creative pilot projects that hold promise.
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