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may occur in people who also have glaucoma. This commonly occurs in older adults.
If you have glaucoma and cataracts, you may consider having surgery for both conditions at the same time. Depending on which condition caused the vision loss, you may have improved vision after surgery.
Cataract surgery alone is quicker and less complicated than having both surgeries at the same time.
In many cases where glaucoma and cataracts occur together, surgery to treat both conditions may be done at the same time.
If you have both glaucoma and cataracts, talk with your doctor about the benefits and risks of combined surgery to treat both conditions.
Current as of:
August 31, 2020
Author: Healthwise StaffMedical Review: Adam Husney MD - Family MedicineChristopher J. Rudnisky MD, MPH, FRCSC - Ophthalmology
Current as of: August 31, 2020
Adam Husney MD - Family Medicine & Christopher J. Rudnisky MD, MPH, FRCSC - Ophthalmology
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