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The names usually employed to classify glaucoma are acute simple glaucoma, chronic simple glaucoma, acute and chronic inflammatory glaucoma, with such subdivisions as glaucoma fulmi)ians, glaucoma licemorrhagicum, primary glaucoma and secondary glaucoma, glaucoma in its initial stages, prodromal glaucoma, in full advance, glaucoma evolutum, and in its final condition, glaucoma absolutum.
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