Can dorzolamide and timolol ophthalmic solution control glaucoma?

Dorzolamide and timolol ophthalmic solution may be effective in controlling glaucoma. This is often caused by abnormal elevation of pressure within the eye that damages the optic nerve. Studies have shown that early treatment of high intraocular pressure may prevent optic nerve damage and loss of vision that is associated with glaucoma. Drugs like dorzolamide and timolol reduce intraocular pressure and can delay the onset of glaucoma in some individuals.

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