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When to treat the patient who presents with ocular hypertension has been a question that has ‘stumped’ the ophthalmic community for decades.
Ocular hypertension is 10-15 times more likely to occur than primary open-angle glaucoma .
Ocular hypertension is 10-15 times more likely to occur than primary open-angle glaucoma, a common form of glaucoma. That means that out of every 100 people older than age 40, about 10 will have pressures higher than 21 mm Hg, but only one of those people will have glaucoma. However, if you cannot tolerate your eye medications, laser surgery could be an option, and you should discuss this therapy with your ophthalmologist.
The Ocular Hypertension Treatment Study (OHTS) is funded by the National Eye Institute, a branch of the National .
The Ocular Hypertension Treatment Study (OHTS) is funded by the National Eye Institute, a branch of the National Institutes of Health, to provide information to doctors and to patients about the proper management of people with this condition. The OHTS had two major goals. The second goal of OHTS was to determine which people are more likely to develop glaucoma, and therefore perhaps benefit from treatment; and which people with increased eye pressure are unlikely to develop glaucoma and therefore could probably be followed without treatment. The OHTS began recruiting participants in 1994.
When ocular hypertension occurs on its own, it should not cause damage to the vision or the eyes; however, if. .Nonetheless, ocular hypertension is an important issue.
When ocular hypertension occurs on its own, it should not cause damage to the vision or the eyes; however, if left untreated, it does raise the possibility of glaucoma. The American Academy of Ophthalmology explains that glaucoma is the buildup of fluid in the eye that damages the optic nerve. Like ocular hypertension, glaucoma amplifies the pressure in the eye, but unlike ocular hypertension, glaucoma can actually cause loss of sight. The development of eye pressure is a significant risk factor for what ultimately might be glaucoma.
Ocular hypertension is the presence of elevated fluid pressure inside the eye (intraocular pressure), usually with no optic nerve damage or visual field loss. For most individuals, the normal range of intraocular pressure is between 10 mmHg and 21 mmHg. Elevated intraocular pressure is an important risk factor for glaucoma. One study found that topical ocular hypotensive medication delays or prevents the onset of primary open-angle glaucoma.
Fixed-combination intraocular pressure-lowering therapy for glaucoma and ocular hypertension: advantages in clinical practice.
Glaucoma, Ocular Hypertension, Neuroprotection, Pharmacology, Aqueous Humor. To cite this article. Vol. 2, No. 2, 2017, pp. 22-36. Pharmacological management of ocular hypertension: current approaches and future prospectives. Fixed-combination intraocular pressure-lowering therapy for glaucoma and ocular hypertension: advantages in clinical practice. Expert Opin Pharmacother.
Ocular hypertension occurs when eye pressure is high but glaucoma isn't yet evident. Learn about ocular hypertension, if it has apparent symptoms, and why it's often underdiagnosed. However, there is no obvious damage to the optic nerve as detected by an eye examination, optic nerve imaging, or evidence of visual field change. In other words, there is no evidence of glaucoma yet. In considering what constitutes ocular hypertension, it is important to recognize that normal eye pressure likely depends on many different factors, including age and ethnicity, as well as factors such as corneal thickness (more on that below).
Hypertension of the eye fundamentally results from an imbalance between the production and extrusion of aqueous .
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