intraocular pressure

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Noun1.intraocular pressure - pressure exerted by the fluids inside the eyeball; regulated by resistance to the outward flow of aqueous humor; "glaucoma can result from increased intraocular pressure"
force per unit area, pressure, pressure level - the force applied to a unit area of surface; measured in pascals (SI unit) or in dynes (cgs unit); "the compressed gas exerts an increased pressure"
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Quite often, a diagnosis cannot be made without special instruments such as the slit lamp, ophthalmoscope and measurement of the intra-ocular pressure.
trabeculectomy) and should be followed up by long-term monitoring of the visual ?eld, optic disc, and intra-ocular pressure. The global market for Intraocular Filtration Devices is segmented on basis of end users, and geography: Segment by End Users Hospitals Ambulatory Surgical Centers Eye/ Ophthalmology Surgery Center Based on the end users, the market for global Intraocular Filtration Devices market is segmented into hospitals, ambulatory surgical centers, and eye / Ophthalmology Surgery Center.
Using the formulation and drug delivery expertise of the Sheardown laboratory, the collaboration partners are focusing on increasing the compounds' ability to lower intra-ocular pressure to more effectively treat.
She got ocular examination done at different facilities multiple times, but every time her visual acuity and intra-ocular pressure used to be normal or near-normal.
Ngilambi had already lost the sight in his right eye following a previous complicated cataract surgery and the eye continued to be painful, with high intra-ocular pressure (glaucoma).
- Glaucoma - often referred to as the "silent thief of sight," glaucoma is the result of damage to the optic nerve due to intra-ocular pressure. Because the disease is often asymptomatic, a delayed diagnosis can lead to irreparable harm, loss of vision, or even blindness in extreme cases.
KPI-121 0.25% was well-tolerated in all three trials with elevation in intra-ocular pressure, a known side effect with topical corticosteroids, similar to vehicle.
The intra-ocular pressure was 15 mmHg in both eyes.
Conclusion: The mean intra-ocular pressure appeared to be higher than normal in diabetic population.
In steep Trendelenburg positioning during robot-assisted radical prostatectomy, however, deep NMB significantly reduced intra-ocular pressure by up to 4 mmHg, at least in some patients (36).
Many people with history of hypertension have a myth that drinking plenty of water in the morning will also help in reducing the intra-ocular pressure along with certain breathing exercises.
Besides, the intra-ocular pressure (IOP) of 495(93.9%) patients was within normal limits, while 32(6.1%) patients' IOP recorded beyond the normal limit.

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