Neovascular glaucoma is a potentially devastating type of glaucoma that can cause blindness if not treated quickly. Neovascular glaucoma is classified as a secondary glaucoma, as it is caused by other health conditions. Most people who develop glaucoma develop the disease very slowly, over a period of years. However, neovascular glaucoma can occur suddenly.
Neovascular glaucoma is sometimes referred to as "90-day glaucoma" because it develops very close to 90 days after some type of ischemic vascular event.
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