An oculoplethysmography is a process by which the pressure inside an eyeball is measured.
One reason for performing an oculoplethysmography is that increasing (or higher than the normal range) of pressure inside the eyeball is one indication of the presence of glaucoma.
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of many diseases, disorders, and conditions of the eyes and visual system.
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- A diagram of the eye
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- Definitions of parts of the retina
- Diseases and disorders of the human eye and the human visual system
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