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Ocular Hypotony


Hypotony is usually defined as an intraocular pressure (IOP) of 5 mm Hg or less. Low IOP can adversely impact the eye in many ways, including corneal decompensation, accelerated cataract formation, maculopathy, and discomfort. Clinically significant changes occur more frequently as the IOP approaches 0 mm Hg.

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