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14:24

Local

The Costa del Sol hospital takes part in the campaign to prevent glaucoma

SUR

This is World Glaucoma Week (10 to 16 March) and the Ophthalmology Department of the Costa del Sol Hospital has been playing its part in raising awareness of glaucoma by setting up an information stand at the main entrance to the hospital. The ... out eye pressure tests for everyone who requests one. Five things your optometrist will be looking out for There are also videos to explain how glaucoma affects people's sight, and these have been screened simultaneously on all the TV screens in ... the communal areas of the hospital this week. Glaucoma is a progressive sight problem which cannot be cured but can be controlledThe High Resolution Specialist Hospital in Benalmádena and the High Resolution Specialist Centre in Mijas have also

11:41

LifeStyle

International Glaucoma Day at the Costa del Sol hospital

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The ophthalmology department at the Costa del Sol Hospital and, more specifically, its glaucoma unit, marked International Glaucoma Day on Monday. This disease is the second most common cause of blindness in developed countries. From its unit, ... the hospital offers the most up-to-date information with the aim of highlighting the importance of early testing for the disease. This makes it possible to slow the progression of glaucoma and to stall any damage, which, once it occurs, is ... irreversible, according to a report from the health centre. The prevention of glaucoma is led, therefore, by these campaigns for detection, sharing information and raising awareness among the general population, which have taken place annually at the hospital

19:02

Sport

"I'm not bitter about life. I'm happy because I was able to see until I was 42"

QUICO CHIRINO

Aitor Francesena was born with a congenital glaucoma and a prognosis that one day he would go blind. When he was 14 he lost the sight in his right eye and seven years ago, while he was waiting for his third corn.ea transplant, a bad fall in the ... finally gained my strength back. The virus left me feeling destroyed, but I'm fantastic now. Does surfing teach you to fall over and get up again? I grew up in a working-class home with a congential glaucoma. That background has made me what I am.

14:23

LifeStyle

Five things your optometrist will be looking out for

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An estimated one million people in Spain suffer from glaucoma, but around 500,000 of them are unaware that they have it. Experts say that 25,000 people in Spain who are diagnosed with glaucoma could suffer total blindness, despite following all ... treatments and medical check-ups. A survey in 2008 showed that glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy are the primary causes of visual impairment in Spain. That is why during this World Glaucoma Week (March 10-16), Specsavers Ópticas in Marbella and Fuengirola ... have stressed the importance of having regular eye tests to detect the early signs and symptoms of the condition. Glaucoma occurs when naturally-occurring fluid inside the eye does not drain properly, causing a build-up of pressure. The first thing