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Ocular hypertension is a medical condition in which the pressure of the eyes (also referred to as 'intraocular pressure') is at an abnormal level. Left untreated, this condition can lead to glaucoma or even permanent loss of vision. Normal eye pressure ranges from 12-22 millimeters of mercury. Usually, a patient who has ocular hypertension may not show outward signs of glaucoma (signs of nerve damage in the eye) but may be at risk for developing glaucoma down the road.
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