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Were you looking for information about Glaucoma? Glacoma is a common misspelling of glaucoma.
 
Glaucoma is a group of diseases that affect nearly three million people. These diseases share certain features, such as damage to the optic nerve, high pressure within the eye, and loss of peripheral vision. Some people are at a higher risk than others for developing glaucoma, including those who have diabetes, are over the age of 60, or have a family history of the condition. Treatment typically involves medications, laser surgery, and traditional surgery.
 
(Click Glaucoma for information about the different types of glaucoma, to learn about the causes and risk factors for the condition, and to find out what symptoms may occur. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on glaucoma.)
 
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