My glaucoma was initially picked up by an Optometrist in 1991 when I went to him to get my glasses checked...
Early detection and strict adherence to treatment are so important to glaucoma...
Researchers have identified a therapeutic target that could lead to more effective treatment of glaucoma.
According to a new study, Low intracranial pressure (ICP) could play a role in the development of glaucoma among patients who have normal intraocular pressure (IOP).
On the 1st April 2023, the Perth Glaucoma Support Group met for their first face-to-face event since 2021. The event was a great success with over 70 guests in attendance and marks the return of in-person support meetings.
An opportunity to help further research into treatments for open-angle glaucoma is now open to adults who have been diagnosed with this condition. Volunteers will play an important role in this study by enabling researchers to study the safety and effectiveness of the investigational drug when it is injected into the eye.
With the research landscape recognising the importance of understanding the psychosocial impacts of ocular conditions, it is time we heard from the individuals themselves about what it means to live with childhood glaucoma.
The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and the Australian College of Optometry (ACO) celebrated the 200th joint Glaucoma Collaborative Care clinic during World Glaucoma Week.
For the past 35 years, Glaucoma Australia has provided a single, unified voice on all things related to glaucoma. Glaucoma Australia co-founder Clinical Professor Ivan Goldberg spoke to mivision about the early days of the organisation and the challenges it still faces in raising community awareness.