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Glaucoma - pharmacological treatment.

Husband, A. and Worsley, A. (2005) 'Glaucoma - pharmacological treatment.', Hospital pharmacist., 12 (7). pp. 255-261.


Pharmacological treatment for glaucoma is directed at reducing intraocular pressure (IOP), the main risk factor for the disease. This article looks briefly at how IOP is regulated physiologically and outlines the range of drugs currently available to reduce it.

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