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Eye movements may contribute to optic nerve damage in glaucoma

12 Jan 2018
Repeated traction caused by eye movements may result in mechanical overloading of the optic nerve head and could explain the progression of glaucomatous damage in normal tension glaucoma, according to a study.“The fact that a considerable portion o...

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