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What does NVG stand for?

NVG stands for Neovascular Glaucoma

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In cases of severe proliferative diabetic retinopathy, new blood vessels may grow on the surface of the iris, causing neovascular glaucoma, a particularly severe form of glaucoma.
II-6 Leading Causes for Glaucoma II-6 Diagnosis II-6 Symptom Free Progression: A Major Concern II-7 Types of Glaucoma II-7 Primary Glaucoma II-8 Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma (POAG) II-8 Acute Angle-Closure Glaucoma (AACG) II-8 Developmental Glaucoma II-9 Secondary Glaucoma II-9 Other Common Types of Glaucoma II-9 Pigmentary Glaucoma II-9 Pseudo-Exfoliation Glaucoma II-9 Neovascular Glaucoma II-10 Toxic Glaucoma II-10 3.
The topics include coverage of questions patients ask as well as practitioners, such as the frequency of blindness, the relationship of interocular pressure to the progress of glaucoma, causes and risks, clinical examination of the optic nerve, imaging devices, visual field tests, tests of development, disc hemorrhages, anomalous discs, extended interocular pressure assessment, cardiovascular evaluations, systemic diseases associated with glaucoma, treatment for the newly diagnosed, steroid-related glaucoma, neovascular glaucoma, treatment of pain in the blind eye, maximum therapy, the role of classic and new surgeries, laser surgery (with and without incision), bleb-related leaks and infections, placement of shunts, and assessment of patients for procedures.
IRIDEX will immediately begin distribution of Innovatech's Illuminating endo ocular probes (Straight and Angled, 20 gauge) and Adjustable & Intuitive (20 and 25 gauge) for endophotocoagulation for the treatment of diabetic retinopathy, retinal breaks and detachments, and neovascular glaucoma.
The compounds under investigation by the Harvard researchers include both oral and topical forms directed toward certain non-hormone dependent cancers, such as skin cancer or melanoma, Kaposi's sarcoma, arteriosclerosis, re-stenosis (a thickening of the artery wall that can occur immediately after balloon angioplasty and which can lead to strokes), and the treatment of diseases characterized by neovascularization (the growth of new arteries), which includes conditions such as diabetic retinopathy, neovascular glaucoma, rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis.