Selective cell death in glaucoma: does it really occur?

  title={Selective cell death in glaucoma: does it really occur?},
  author={James E. Morgan},
  journal={The British journal of ophthalmology},
  volume={78 11},
  pages={875-9; discussion 879-80}
This issue of the British Journal ofOphthalmology breaks new ground. The perspective by Morgan looks at evidence that chronic human glaucoma selectively damages larger retinal ganglion cells. The acceptance of parallel processing in the primate visual system means selective death of large ganglion cells in early glaucoma should allow selective… CONTINUE READING