Glaucoma

Patients with juvenile open angle glaucoma (JOAG) who experience glaucoma progression had a greater baseline myopic refraction and a faster myopia development over time, according to a study.

In this retrospective study, 37 patients (74 eyes) with JOAG were followed for ≥5 years for glaucomatous progression. Glaucoma progression was observed in 8 patients (11 eyes, 14.9%). The median time to progression was 7.4 years.


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  1. Mar 17, 2021

Industry leaders discuss impact pandemic has had on ophthalmology business

During the Innovate Without Borders panel discussion at Glaucoma 360, industry leaders were asked how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted different aspects of their businesses. In the accompanying video, Kfir Azoulay, Vice President & Head, Corporate 

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  1. Apr 09, 2021

Myopia development in juvenile open angle glaucoma could indicate glaucoma progression

Patients with juvenile open angle glaucoma (JOAG) who experience glaucoma progression had a greater baseline myopic refraction and a faster myopia development over time, according to a study.