antiglaucoma

Glaucoma vs Antiglaucoma - What's the difference?

glaucoma | antiglaucoma |


As a noun glaucoma

is (pathology) an eye disease or disorder that is defined as a characteristic optic neuropathy, or disease of the optic nerve, possibly, if untreated, leading to damage of the optic disc of the eye and resultant visual field loss due to lack of communication between the retina and the brain, which can lead to blindness.

As an adjective antiglaucoma is

that prevents, or alleviates glaucoma.

Antiglaucoma vs Acetazolamide - What's the difference?

antiglaucoma | acetazolamide | Hypernyms |

Antiglaucoma is a hypernym of acetazolamide.


As an adjective antiglaucoma

is that prevents, or alleviates glaucoma.

As a noun acetazolamide is

a carbonic anhydrase inhibitor used to treat glaucoma and other conditions.