Who Is At Risk for Pigment Dispersion Syndrome?

Pigment dispersion syndrome is more likely to be diagnosed at a relatively young age, when people are in their 20s or 30s. Other types of glaucoma are more commonly diagnosed after the age of 40. The disease is more common among males and Caucasians and may be inherited. People with myopia (nearsightedness) are also more likely to be diagnosed with pigment dispersion syndrome.

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