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Depending on the type of glaucoma, the symptoms can range from eye pain and nausea to vision loss and tunnel vision, according to the Mayo Clinic. The symptoms can be entirely different for each condition, with the most ... More »

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Glaucoma is diagnosed with several tests in addition to the patient's history. These tests include tonometry, the measure of inner eye pressure; opthalmoscopy, the examination of the optic nerve; and perimetry, a map of ... More »

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Glaucoma cannot be cured, but some options available for treatment include surgery, oral medication, eye drops and research treatment. Glaucoma is a group of conditions that cause damage to the nerve that connects the ey... More »

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Early symptoms of a strangulated hernia are a rapid heart rate, fever, nausea, vomiting and sudden pain that rapidly intensifies, according to Mayo Clinic. A strangulated hernia also is signaled by a hernia bulge turning... More »

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