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Is glaucoma a possibility, as a reason for foggy vision?
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Dr. Michael Ham
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Yes
Acute raised pressure from glaucoma can cause corneal edema (swelling) resulting in foggy vision.
As well as severe end stage glaucoma can result in foggy or decreased vision.

In brief: Yes
Acute raised pressure from glaucoma can cause corneal edema (swelling) resulting in foggy vision.
As well as severe end stage glaucoma can result in foggy or decreased vision.
Dr. Michael Ham
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