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Yes, glaucoma can be hereditary. If you have a family history of glaucoma, you’re far more likely to develop glaucoma.
Both open angle glaucoma and closed angle glaucoma can be hereditary. Open angle glaucoma is the most common type.
Pseudoexfoliative glaucoma is another form of glaucoma linked to high eye pressure that is hereditary.
Risk factors for glaucoma include:
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Eye pressure or intraocular pressure depends on the force the aqueous humor fluid in the eye exerts inside the front of the eye. A high
Closed angle glaucoma is caused by a narrow drainage angle in the eye. Here we explore what it is, the two types, risk factors, symptoms
Open angle glaucoma occurs when eye pressure is higher than normal. Here we explore what open angle glaucoma is, the two types, risk factors, symptoms