For a study, researchers sought to find and look deeply into the qualities of the visual field (VF) surrenders in primary open point glaucoma (POAG) and normal-tensionglaucoma (NTG) with cutting-edge glaucomatous harm and to decide if the construction ability associations determined in cutting edge glaucoma vary provided their glaucoma grouping. About 97 eyes of 97 patients (59 eyes with POAG and 38 eyes with NTG) with advanced glaucoma were memorized for this cross-sectional review. Scores at each test point of the 30-2 VF complete deviation map were recorded, and normal qualities at each test point were thought about between the gatherings. Peripapillary retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) and macular thickness (all out, RNFL, ganglion cell layer, and inward plexiform layer thickness) were calculated. The construction capability association due to the guide of Garway-Heath was still up in the air and noticed between the 2 gatherings. POAG eyes revealed tall, more diffusely regulated VF deserts at the cutting edge phase of glaucoma. However, NTG eyes had more serious VF absconds at the prevalent nasal quadrant, exhibiting spacious unevenness. Usually, peripapillary RNFL, macular ganglion cell layer, and macular internal plexiform layer thickness were strongly related to 30-2 VF boundaries in the two gatherings. Notwithstanding, in the absolute macula and macular RNFL thickness, the design ability associations would have generally shown many qualities depending on the glaucoma division; NTG eyes showed better connections. In advanced glaucoma, contrasts in examples of VF harm were found among POAG and NTG eyes.