Different Clinical Parameters to Diagnose Glaucoma Disease: A Review

Abstract

Glaucoma is a severe human eye disease that causes permanent loss of vision. The main cause of glaucoma eye disease is the continuous loss of retinal nerve fiber layers due to the increase in the intra ocular pressure inside the eyes. The function of these retinal nerve fibers is the transformation of recognized object information in the form of signals to… (More)

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@inproceedings{Manjunath2015DifferentCP, title={Different Clinical Parameters to Diagnose Glaucoma Disease: A Review}, author={T. C. Manjunath and Dharmanna Lamani and Ranjan Kumar and Rohit Varma and Paul P. Lee and I. Bennett Goldberg and Sameer Kotak and K. P. Sampath Kumar and Lokesh Deb and Shravan Paswan and Abhishek Dutta and Brian H Chon and Mary Qiu}, year={2015} }