What is Glaucoma?

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I Simply put, it is a disease in which the pressure inside the eye is more than the eye can tolerate. The optic nerve of the eye, which is sensitive to pressure, starts showing signs of deterioration gradually as the pressure remains high.

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Dr. Quresh B. Maskati, President (2014-2015) at All India Ophthalmological Society Gold medallist in DOMS. Passed MS (ophth) in 1983 at 1st attempt. Super specialised in diseases of cornea and anterior segment in Rochester and Boston, USA. Is the only ophthalmologist in the world with extensive experience in both the Pintucci and the Boston Keratoprosthesis. Specialties Squint, paediatric ophthalmology, cornea and ocular surface disorders, keratoprosthesis surgery and research, oculoplasty and LASIK