Glaucoma is a slow progressive disease of the eye which causes damage to the optic nerve leading to a reduction in the field of vision and blindness, if left untreated. Depending on the type, glaucoma may be associated with pain, redness and watering of the eye with blurring of vision and colored haloes or, more commonly, it may be painless. In the early stages, while vision remains normal, the field of vision progressively reduces. In advanced stages, when tunnel vision sets in, the field of vision can be likened to viewing an object through a tube or pipe.

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