Bijani was born with retinopathy and glaucoma, and his sight gradually disappeared during his first four years.
In reviewing the pathology of glaucoma it seems proper to consider the various structures and tissues of the eye in logical order.
Schnabel considered all glaucoma cups to be formed in this way, independent of tension.
Dr. Oneal cured me of glaucoma in two months after New York oculists had failed to help me.
These symptoms have been pronounced to resemble those of glaucoma.
Each looked grave, and all diagnosed his trouble as glaucoma.
glaucoma--a hardening, an enlarging of the pupil, a change in the shape and consistency of the iris--yes, he had it fairly well.
Little has been done to show that increase of fluid entering into the eye is the cause of glaucoma.
glaucoma it may be to the physicians; but Glaucus it is in the scheme of Maya, who has never left land or sea without her witness.
There were fewer eyes lost following the operation for glaucoma simplex than in the other forms of the disease.
glaucoma glau·co·ma (glou-kō'mə, glô-)
Any of a group of eye diseases characterized by abnormally high intraocular fluid pressure, damaged optic disk, hardening of the eyeball, and partial to complete loss of vision.