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Unformatted text preview: are made incidentally on routine eye examinations. Investigations include:- Measurements of intraocular pressure (tonometry) o However checking intraocular pressure isn't enough since intraocular pressure changes and in 25% of patients with Glaucoma pressures are normal Gonioscopy an examination technique of the anterior chamber which utilises a corneal contact lens magnifying device which allows direct visualisation of the angle structures where the aqueous humour drains Optic disc assessment and retinal examination are essential as is assessing visual acuity so that progression can be monitored...
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