Glaucomas are common in the United States, with an estimated 3.5 million diagnosed cases globally.
If left untreated, they can result in vision loss, nerve damage and a shortened lifespan.
They are also known to cause swelling in the eye and face, leading to a painful corneal ulceration.
It’s not the only condition that can lead to glaucoa and its associated symptoms, though.
Pigmented, or pigmented skin disorders such as pigmentation disorders or pigmentary dermatoses are also common in Australia and the United Kingdom, with many people suffering from both conditions.
In addition to the glausca, some people suffer from keratoconus, which is a condition in which the skin around the eyes becomes redder and darker.
Other skin conditions that can cause glaucosa include: liver disease Migraine headaches Hypertension Osteoporosis Skin cancer The Mayo Clinic website is a wonderful resource for glaucony sufferers, with a list of skin conditions, symptoms and treatments available on its site.
The American Cancer Society is also an excellent resource, with information on cancer prevention, treatment and treatments for glauscoses and related skin disorders.