World Glaucoma week: March 11-17, 2018

Glaucoma is the name given to a group of eye conditions in which the main nerve to the eye (the optic nerve) is damaged where it leaves the eye. This nerve carries information about what is being seen from the eye to the brain and as it becomes damaged vision is lost. This results in misty and patchy vision, with eventual loss of central vision, although this is rare. A Glaucoma awareness session was taken by Gomabai's Doctor at CRPF, Nimach to the personnel & their staff on how important is to get your eyes checked by an optometrist/ Ophthalmologist at a very early stage.


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