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glaucoma +     
Absent Eyebrows and Eyelashes with Mental Retardation 
absolute glaucoma 
Ackerman Syndrome 
angle-closure glaucoma +   
anterior segment dysgenesis 3  
anterior segment dysgenesis 4  
aqueous misdirection 
borderline glaucoma +  
Bowen Syndrome 
Dyssegmental Dysplasia with Glaucoma 
Early-Onset Glaucoma +   
Friedreich Ataxia Congenital Glaucoma 
Ghose Sachdev Kumar Syndrome 
Glaucoma 3, Primary Infantile, B  
Glaucoma and Sleep Apnea 
glaucomatous atrophy of optic disc 
hypersecretion glaucoma 
Iris Hypoplasia and Glaucoma 
Lowry Maclean syndrome 
MacKay Shek Carr Syndrome 
Microcornea, Glaucoma, and Absent Frontal Sinuses 
Microspherophakia +   
neovascular glaucoma  
Normal Tension Glaucoma  
open-angle glaucoma +   
A glaucoma characterized by optic nerve damage resulting in progressive loss of visual field and increased pressure in the eye due to trabecular blockage. (DO)
Peters Anomaly with Cataract 
phacogenic glaucoma +   
primary congenital glaucoma +   
Proximal Renal Tubular Acidosis, with Ocular Abnormalities and Mental Retardation  
Spastic Paresis, Glaucoma, and Mental Retardation 
steroid-induced glaucoma +  
Tetralogy of Fallot and Glaucoma 
traumatic glaucoma 
Weill-Marchesani Syndrome 2  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: Compensative Glaucoma ;   Compensative Glaucomas ;   Glaucoma Simplex ;   Open Angle Glaucomas ;   Simple Glaucoma ;   compensated glaucoma ;   compensated glaucomas ;   glaucoma simplices ;   simple glaucomas ;   wide-angle glaucoma
Narrow Synonyms: Pigmentary Glaucoma ;   Pigmentary Glaucomas
Primary IDs: MESH:D005902
Xrefs: EFO:0004190 ;   EFO:0021425 ;   ICD10CM:H40.1 ;   ICD9CM:365.1 ;   NCI:C34641
Definition Sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glaucoma "DO" "DO", http://www.merckmanuals.com/professional/eye_disorders/glaucoma/primary_open-angle_glaucoma.html "DO" "DO"

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