PEDIATRIC GLAUCOMA & NEONATAL HYPOGLYCAEMIA

Pediatric Glaucoma is rare condition in the children.it caused by incorrect development of the eye’s drainage system before birth.  This leads to increased fluid pressure, which in turn damages the optic nerve. Symptoms of childhood glaucoma or Pediatric glaucoma include bulge eyes, cloudiness of the cornea, and photosensitivity. Medical treatments may involve the use of steroid eye drops and oral antibiotics. These treatments facilitate to either increase the exit of fluid from the eye or decrease the assembly of fluid within the attention. It ends up in lower eye pressure.

 

  • Genetic disorder
  • Excessive tearing
  • Cloudy Eyes
  • Wight sensitivity
  • Abnormal vision development

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