What is normal eye pressure?
For most people eye pressure of 10-21mmHg is considered as normal.
Some people naturally have thick central corneas (measured by ultrasound pachymetry). Their eye pressures can be measured higher than 21mmHg and this can be normal for some of them.
Conversely some people naturally have thinner corneas and in this situation eye pressures less than 21mmHg can be abnormal and cause glaucoma.
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