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Neovascular Glaucoma, A Serious Condition
International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
Neovascular glaucoma is serious sequela of an underlying ocular and/or advanced systemic disease. Retinal hypoxia and ischemia typically triggers the release of several known angiogenic factors, such as vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), which leads to retinal neovascularization, iris neovascularization (NVI) and anterior chamber angle neovascularization (NVA). Management of neovascular glaucoma consists of eliminating the underlying cause of the neovascularization and reducing elevateddoi:10.21275/v5i1.nov152972 fatcat:4uyjlcy2yvbwdc24v74dnryok4