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Commentary - Journal of Clinical Immunology Research (2023) Volume 6, Issue

Immune response may be the culprit behind vision loss in glaucoma

 Aqueous humour, a transparent fluid is found in the front of the eye. The eye is nourished and given shape by this fluid. This fluid is continuously produced by the eye and then removed by a drainage system. The fluid drains from the eye too slowly as a result of glaucoma. The accumulation of fluid causes an increase in internal eye pressure. If this pressure is not decreased, it may harm the tissues of the eye, including the optic nerve, which would impair vision. Glaucoma frequently affects both eyes, though occasionally one eye is more severely affected than the other. Many people are affected by glaucoma.

Author(s): Allan Sether

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