An Oculoplethysmography is a process by
which the pressure inside an eyeball is measured.
One reason for performing an oculoplethysmography is
that increasing (or higher than the normal range) of pressure inside the
eyeball is one indication of the presence of glaucoma.
This section includes short definitions of clinical and surgical procedures
concerning the eyes and human visual system. For definitions of other
terms in this category, choose from the list to the left. Other related
pages include the diagram
of the eye, and definitions
of parts of the eye, a description
of the human retina, and the section about disorders
of the eye and visual system.