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Glaucoma can be considered a systemic disease.
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Glaucoma can be considered a systemic disease.

Glaucoma can be considered a systemic disease, rather than of a disorder of the eye vary. One theory is that glaucoma can of abnormalities in the blood vessels and circulation, nourish nourish the optic nerve, eye and brain. For example, nerve fibers, when a person hypertension, has mediated blood vessels in the retina, the light-sensitive surface on the back of the eye, the image the optical also too narrow constricted and connected, a state with OAG. Significant associations between significant associations between glaucoma, stroke and migraine. And even glaucoma other health problems other health problems: when OAG damages vision so that a person less able to read, or enjoy other aspects of daily life, he or she is at greater risk of depression or other mental disorders..

They are looking for guidance.. The researchers caution, however, that since nearly all subjects in this study were ethnically Chinese, the study findings may not apply to other populations.

Concerned in the U.S. On health careA new debate over U.S. Health care system is long overdue, says an editorial in the Lancet.Recent polls show that Americans are about their health care about their health care. A survey by The Commonwealth Fund, a nonpartisan foundation that supports health and social research, found that two in five adults polled serious problems paying for health insurance for their own or a family member or health care reported in the last two years.On the Vision of Council:, devoted to to improving quality of life through better vision, the Vision advice is which producers and suppliers of the optical industry. We provide a forum for better viewing for better vision and promote the quality vision care goods and services of the global community.

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