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Is 25 mmhg within the normal intraocular pressure for an adult?
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Dr. Michael Ham
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In brief: NO
Typically not, the normal range is usaully between 7-21 mm hg.
25 may be normal for some people though and may not cause a problem, glaucoma. 25 may also be artifically elevated due to a thicker than average cornea (which may affect the measuremant of intraocular pressure), this can be a normal variant (thick cornea).

In brief: NO
Typically not, the normal range is usaully between 7-21 mm hg.
25 may be normal for some people though and may not cause a problem, glaucoma. 25 may also be artifically elevated due to a thicker than average cornea (which may affect the measuremant of intraocular pressure), this can be a normal variant (thick cornea).
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