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Journal of Evidence Based Medicine and Healthcare
BACKGROUND Neovascular glaucoma is a highly intractable form of secondary glaucoma caused by the development of a fibrovascular membrane in the angle of the anterior chamber. It can occur following a variety of diseases, but diabetes mellitus and central retinal vein occlusion are the commonest causes implicated. Initial management of neovascular glaucoma involves use of antiangiogenic agents, laser or cryotherapy and medical therapy or filtering surgery for reducing intraocular pressure.doi:10.18410/jebmh/2016/1008 fatcat:2yq66yu7effbfcfgvy5dcahqom