A 22-year-old member asked:
Can carbamazepine cause glaucoma?
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Ophthalmology 22 years experience
Maybe: Tegretol is an anti-cholinergic medication and may cause acute pressure increases in those with narrow anatomical drainage angles (closed angle glaucoma). It is generally safe in patients with open-angle glaucoma but should be observed closely.
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Yes: Can induce angle closure glaucoma as well as rarely uveal effusion that can cause bilateral acute angle closure glaucoma.
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Last updated Apr 7, 2015
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