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Study Shows New Major Risk Factor for Glaucoma

Thin Corneas are a Major Risk Factor for Glaucoma A major national study called the Ocular Hypertension and Treatment Study (OHTS) proved that the thickness of the cornea is one of the most powerful predictors for the development of glaucoma.  Eyes with a corneal thickness of 555 microns or less (thinner corneas) had a 300% greater risk of developing glaucoma than those eyes with a corneal thickness of 588 microns or more.
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