THROWBACK: How glaucoma is different from cataract


Posted at Jul 24 2021 10:57 AM

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In this episode of "Salamat Dok," Dr. Maria Imelda Yap-Veloso discusses how one develops glaucoma. This disease differs from cataract as the former refers to optic-nerve damage, while the latter refers to the clouding of the eyes' lens. Yap-Veloso says glaucoma is more common among people 40 years old and above, but there are also rare cases among children and babies.