OCT 23, 2019
Diagnostic & Imaging, Glaucoma
In this 1-Minute Video, Dr. Davinder Grover explains why corneal hysteresis is a vital sign for managing glaucoma. A drop in corneal hysteresis, which is the ability of the eye to absorb shock, is linked to a higher likelihood of developing glaucoma and disease progression. In his practice, he routinely uses corneal hysteresis as a key indicator when assessing patients.
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