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Glaucoma and Oculoplasty

  • T. ShaarawyEmail author
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Abstract

Glaucoma, as a disease entity, can affect the cosmetic aspect of the eye in multiple ways. The disease in itself can be associated with angry red looking eyes, due to either high eye pressure or as a side effect of glaucoma medications. In advances cases the disease itself or as a result of complicated surgery can result in a shrunken phthisic eye, or an enlarged staphylomatous one.

Keywords

Glaucoma medications effects DUES OSD Glaucoma and cosmesis 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of GenevaGenevaSwitzerland

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