• Glaucoma is one of the main causes of blindness and can occur at any age.
  • The disease is not completely cured, but it can really be stopped
  • Glaucoma requires constant monitoring and examination by an ophthalmologist

Glaucoma is manifested by a decrease in vision, a narrowing of the fields of vision and the appearance of typical visual defects. The disease is characterized by a constant or chronic increase in intraocular pressure and progressive atrophy of the optic nerve.

Specialists of the Department of Ophthalmology. Eye microsurgery K + 31 diagnoses and treats all types of glaucoma.

Glaucoma can occur at any age, both in a newborn child and in an elderly person, so it is important to pay attention to certain symptoms in time to begin treatment immediately. The cause of the disease is a change in the flow of eye fluid, followed by an increase in eye pressure. As a result, all structures of the organ of vision experience a tremendous load, which gradually leads to the death of the fibers of the optic nerve. A disease can lead to complete blindness, and its consequences are irreversible.

Specialists K + 31 recommend not to neglect the examination by an ophthalmologist even if even mild symptoms are detected. Early detection of glaucoma will help to suspend the irreversible process in time and maintain visual function. Regular monitoring of the disease allows you to adjust the medication regimen in time or to solve the issue of laser eye treatment and surgical treatment of the eye.

Symptoms of Glaucoma

  • blurred vision, veil before the eye
  • narrowing of visual fields
  • the appearance of rainbow circles around the light source
  • feeling of fullness in the eye, pain
  • blurred vision at night and dusk


To detect glaucoma, a list of diagnostic procedures is required to study the fields of view and a thorough examination of the fundus in order to assess the condition of the optic nerve.

At K + 31, an ophthalmologist conducts detailed individual screening for early detection of this condition.

Glaucoma Treatment

It should be noted once again that changes in the quality of visual functions in glaucoma are irreversible. And any treatment offered to you, whether it be a drip regimen, laser intervention or surgery, will allow you to maintain and maintain those eye functions that are not yet affected by this insidious disease. Unfortunately, it is impossible to completely cure glaucoma. But you can slow down its progression, maintain vision and support nerve fibers.

At K + 31, qualified ophthalmologists will select for you the necessary treatment for glaucoma, which will help prevent further progression of the disease.

At the initial detection of glaucoma, a hypotensive drip regimen (which reduces intraocular pressure) is prescribed, then a second dose is required to evaluate the quality of treatment received. From the moment glaucoma is detected, the patient requires constant monitoring by an ophthalmologist. Disease control will help maintain vision and avoid fatal complications.

Most patients over the years do not need other treatment methods other than drop instillation. But there are a number of reasons why you may necessarily need the intervention of a laser or cavity surgeon.

Glaucoma surgery is required in the following cases:

  • the absence of a decrease in intraocular pressure at the maximum drip mode,
  • drug intolerance,
  • the unstable nature of the glaucomatous process,
  • progression of visual impairment.

The solution to the question of a particular treatment method is discussed with each patient individually, based on the data of a diagnostic examination, the course of the disease, the appropriateness of a certain type of intervention.

Most importantly, do not forget that glaucoma requires quick and timely treatment. Even at the first suspicion, do not postpone the visit to the ophthalmologist. Then the disease does not hinder, even after many years, to see the world around us as bright.

Service record


All specialists
Sergei Igorevich

Head of the Ophthalmology and Eye Microsurgery Clinic, ophthalmologist, laser surgeon


Svetlana Sergeevna

Ophthalmologist, Laser Surgeon

Irina Mikhailovna

Ophthalmologist, Laser Surgeon

Eugene Pavlovna

Ophthalmologist, Laser Surgeon


Olga Vladimirovna

Ophthalmologist, Laser Surgeon

Yulia Alexandrovna

Ophthalmologist, Laser Surgeon

Karina Gevorgna

Ophthalmologist, Laser Surgeon

Ekaterina Valeryevna

Ophthalmologist, Laser Surgeon

Victoria Anatolievna

Doctor ophthalmologist, laser surgeon

Eleanor Rinatovna

Ophthalmologist, Laser Surgeon

Olga Nikolaevna

Leading Ophthalmologist