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I have a problem of anterior uveitis, complicated cataract and secondary glaucoma due to uveitis. From 1 month my pressure got elevated to 32. Doctor gave me latanoprost brinzox eye drops. I want to know does this condition of secondary glaucoma is curable or not I am very depressed.

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In general, glaucoma cannot be cured, but it can be controlled. Eye drops, pills, laser procedures, and surgical operations are used to prevent or slow further damage from occurring. With any type of glaucoma, regular eye examinations are very important to detect progression and to prevent vision loss.
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