The adult glaucomas
Although it is agreed that the burden of blindness due to different types of glaucoma is high, the problem has been that we have not had either reliable ways of detecting these diseases or straightforward ways of treating them in large populations, within prevention of blindness programmes. In the past few years, however, there have been some rapid developments which are changing our perspective.
Articles in this issue –
- The adult glaucomas
- What’s new in primary open angle glaucoma?
- Advances in the understanding of primary angle-closure as a cause of glaucomatous optic neuropathy
- Secondary glaucomas: the tasks ahead
- Chronic glaucoma case finding and treatment in rural Africa: some questions and answers
- Causes and visual outcomes of perforating ocular injuries among Ethiopian patients
- The Elim Care Groups: a community project for the control of trachoma
- Letter. Cataract surgery in developing countries
- Letter. Update on ocular leprosy
- Letter. Cataract surgery