Those with a family history of glaucoma, those with history of ocular trauma, diabetes or high blood pressure, those with small eyes with narrow angles, those with minus number glasses and senior citizens. However, no one is immune from glaucoma. As this disease is more prevalent after the age of 40, one must have an annual check-up by the eye doctor after that age. One should consider an annual check-up starting at an earlier age if one has any of the other risk factors.
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