What Is Glaucoma?
Glaucoma ( Kala Motia
in Urdu) is sometimes called the silent thief because it can slowly
steal your sight before you realize anything's wrong. It's a leading
cause of vision loss.
The most common form of glaucoma, primary open-angle glaucoma, develops gradually, giving no warning signs. Many people aren't even aware they have an eye problem until their vision is extensively compromised.
Glaucoma is not just one disease, but a group of them. The common feature of these diseases is damage to the optic nerve, usually accompanied by an abnormally high pressure inside your eyeball.
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Kala Motia ka Ilaj LahoreKala motia aik na beena kar dainay wala marz hai jis ka dakters ke pas koi ilaj nahin. The optic nerve is a bundle of more than a million nerve fibers at the back of your eye. It's like an electric cable made up of thousands of individual wires carrying the images from the inside back wall of your eyeball (retina) to your brain. Blind spots develop in your visual field when the optic nerve deteriorates, usually starting with your peripheral (side) vision. If left untreated, glaucoma may lead to blindness in both eyes.
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