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Manfred Faehnle

Department of Ophthalmology, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent System, Heisenbergstrasse 3, Stuttgart 70569, Germany

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    Magnetic Therapy of Glaucoma
    Author(s): Manfred Faehnle*

    The term "glaucoma" is used to designate a variety of eye conditions that harm the optic nerve. It is the most typical type of optic nerve injury that causes visual loss. Fluid typically accumulates in the front of the eye. By placing pressure on the eye, this additional fluid gradually harms the optic nerve. The term "eye pressure" or "intraocular pressure" refers to this force. Even when their eye pressure is normal, some people get glaucoma. Glaucoma that is untreated or poorly managed can cause blindness and irreversible vision loss. In my paper I describe the magnetic therapy of glaucoma, and I explain the physical processes underlying this therapy... Read More»

    DOI: 10.35248/2684-1622.22.7.181

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