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Where is a good treatment for a child with glaucoma?

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Dr. Glenn Pomerance
Ophthalmology 49 years experience
Pediatric EyeMD: Pediatric glaucoma is a medical emergency, and should be treated by a pediatric eyemd as soon as possible! failure to do so may result in rapid and irretrievable loss of function. Most university eye centers have this specialty. Don't delay!
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