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In open angle glaucoma is optic atrophy a symptom of glaucoma attacking the central vision?

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Dr. Stan Coleman
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Glaucoma

when glaucoma attacks the optic nerve the initial loss is usually peripheral vision.
If not controled the loss will increase and proceed to involve the central vision.

In brief: Glaucoma

when glaucoma attacks the optic nerve the initial loss is usually peripheral vision.
If not controled the loss will increase and proceed to involve the central vision.
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