POAG

AcronymDefinition
POAGPrimary Open Angle Glaucoma
POAGPeace Officers Association of Georgia
POAGPalm Oil Action Group (Australia)
POAGPatient with Open Angle Glaucoma (ophthalmology)
POAGPool Owners Action Group (New Zealand)
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Subjects will be diagnosed case of POAG with open anterior angle by gonioscopy and intra ocular pressure 25.
Selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT) is available at some NHS centres as well as privately and can be considered as primary therapy for many patients with POAG.
Mean age [+ or -] standard deviation (MD [+ or -] SD) of the POAG, PACG, PEG patients and the control group were 69-19[+ or -]9.
Five percent of POAG is currently known to have a genetic basis.
Since POAG is a chronic condition, it must be monitored for life.
A total of 40 eligible patients (26 males and 14 females) suffering from POAG or OH after their informed consent were enrolled for the treatment after evaluating for inclusion and exclusion criteria.
22] as they reported that there was no difference in CCT in POAG patients (CCT = 536 [micro]m) when compared with normal subjects (CCT = 531 [micro]m) (P = 0.
POAG is a slowly progressing bilateral chronic optic neuropathy characterized by RGC loss and morphological changes in the optic nerve head (ONH) with thinning of the neuroretinal rim and enlargement of the optic disc cup.
Based on the assumption that all FCs reduce IOP within a non-inferiority margin, in this study we aimed to evaluate the potential of SLT as a replacement for FCs by comparing reduction in IOP over 6 months for POAG.
A detailed history with regard to onset and duration of visual loss, past history with relevance to systemic diseases like diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidaemia and ocular risk factors like POAG were noted.