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    rishabh srivastava
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    Acute angle-closure glaucoma is caused by a rapid or sudden increase in intraocular pressure (IOP), the pressure within the eye. Fluid is continually produced inside, and drains out of, the normal eye. This fluid, called aqueous humor, is unrelated to the tears, which are only on the outside of the eye

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    rishabh srivastava
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    Thanks for posting this topic about Closed Angel Glucoma.

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    admin
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    This is test reply…

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    Prafulla Sarma
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    Sometimes we get a call from obstetrician informing us about a newborn with likely features of congenital glaucoma. How early shoul we take up the case for EUA/ surgery

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