Description:

The secondary glaucomas are a varied group of conditions that are often asymptomatic and challenging to diagnose, manage and treat. The following interactive presentation will explore the development of glaucoma with a secondary cause and the latest treatment/management options emphasizing the surgical options that are often required in these patients.

Course Code:

AOA311-GL

Speaker(s):

Blair Lonsberry, O.D.
blonsberry@pacificu.edu

Michael Greenwood, M.D.
michael.greenwood@vancethompsonvision.com

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

4/19/2025

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