Dear Dr. Desai,
Thank you for your reply and I am sorry your chat system failed us.
> But it would be important to identify the type of glaucoma such as primary or secondary.
Is that information not available in the reports?
> Further it is to be identified If it is due to angle closure or not. The angle closure type og glaucoma causes corneal edema and cloudiness of vision.
Again is that information here. Is it due to angle closure?
> I did go through the reports sent and it does look like there has been glaucoma for quite sometime now as there are visual field defects seen.
That is interesting to know. Are you able to say how quickly this problem needs to be tackled as I understand gloucoma can result in blindness if not dealt with quickly.
> However the fine details of the fundus picture are not clear on magnification
Can you confirm which image this is and I will resent in greater detail.
> If medical line of treatment is unable
May I ask what you mean by this? Is there an alternative to surgery?
> The decision would solely depend on the ophthalmologist and the result of the initial treatment.
What initial treatment would you expect to be prescribed here?
Could I also ask you to comment on the following numbers:
but no diagnosis other then that on 20 May the pressure in his eyes were:
left eye 28
right eye 25
and on 22 May they were:
left eye 18
right eye 20
are they high? on the border... normal?
Many thanks, James