Signs of vision loss due to glaucoma - LANSIER

Signs of vision loss due to glaucoma

Depending on the degree of optic nerve involvement, the glaucoma patient may:

frequently bump into objects that do not appear in his or her field of vision (such as a door frame)

suffer falls (glaucoma multiplies by 4 the possibility of suffering this type of accidents)

noticing a permanent haze

suffering from glare and/or worse vision in dark places, as well as photophobia

needing a lot of light for near-vision activities (e.g., reading)

mobility or orientation problems


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