Posted on 19th March 2012
In a recent article, specialists presented a view of glaucoma focused on the degeneration of the retinal ganglion cells (RGCs) and their axons in the optic nerve rather than the traditional explanation of a lack of blood supply or mechanical pressure on the fragile nerves.
This new thinking could pave the way for a whole new generation of medications for treating glaucoma borrowing research and techniques associated with treating other degenerative neurological conditions.
21st November 2019
We have vast experience in treating ocular surface disease, known as ‘dry eye’ disease or ‘watery eyes’ and have now created a specialist clinic for those suffering with the condition. So many...Read more