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I have been diagnosed with pigmentary glaucoma will i get my eye color back?

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Dr. Constance Okeke
Ophthalmology

In brief: Likely no change

Pigmentary glaucoma is a type of open in the glaucoma that is a result of an excessive release of pigment from the structure in the eye called the iris.
Overtime this release of pigment can clog your natural drainage system causing high eye pressure with resultant damage to the optic nerve. There can be some irreversible changes to the iris more notable on clinical exam using a microscope.

In brief: Likely no change

Pigmentary glaucoma is a type of open in the glaucoma that is a result of an excessive release of pigment from the structure in the eye called the iris.
Overtime this release of pigment can clog your natural drainage system causing high eye pressure with resultant damage to the optic nerve. There can be some irreversible changes to the iris more notable on clinical exam using a microscope.
Dr. Constance Okeke
Dr. Constance Okeke
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Dr. Tim Conrad
Ophthalmology

In brief: Strange question

Pigmentary glaucoma does not affect the eye color.

In brief: Strange question

Pigmentary glaucoma does not affect the eye color.
Dr. Tim Conrad
Dr. Tim Conrad
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