Explain Antidepressants Don't Worsen OPEN-Angle Glaucoma

Patients will hear about Health Canada's warning on the risk of glaucoma with antidepressants.

This is for angle-CLOSURE, or NARROW-angle, glaucoma...which is much less common than OPEN-angle glaucoma.

Antidepressants can dilate pupils and potentially block drainage in patients with narrow eye fluid channels.

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