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Glaucoma Quiz

1. Glaucoma is more common in African Americans than in Whites:


2. A person can have glaucoma and not know it:


3. People over age 60 are more likely to get glaucoma:


4. Glaucoma can be controlled:


5. Glaucoma is caused by increased eye pressure:


6. Vision lost from glaucoma can be restored:


7. A complete glaucoma exam consists only of measuring eye pressure:


8. People at risk for glaucoma should have an eye examination through dilated pupils:


Note: This quiz was developed by OMHRC.

Source: http://www.nei.nih.gov/health/glaucoma_quiz/index.asp.



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