The glaucoma ophthalmology consultation focuses on evaluating symptoms and conducting diagnostic tests to determine if a patient has glaucoma. Glaucoma is typically characterized by high intraocular pressure (IOP), which can only be detected through specialized ophthalmological consultation. Glaucoma silently affects the optic nerve and can lead to complete vision loss if left untreated. There are different types of glaucoma and various treatment options, ranging from pharmacological to surgical interventions. Comprehensive diagnosis often requires additional tests such as visual field testing, optic nerve OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography), and angle OCT.