Conditions

Amblyopia

Amblyopia

What exactly is amblyopia? Amblyopia (amblyopia), widely known as a "lazy eye" (lazy eye), is characterized no doubt, as the most common eye disease of childhood....
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Retinopathies

Retinopathies

  What exactly is the retina? The eye is like a camera (camera). The lens in front of the eye focuses the light on the...
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Retinal detachment

Retinal detachment

The role of the retina: The retina is a delicate anatomical membrane inside the eye (fundus). The principal function is to receive the light (visual stimuli) entering...
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Vitreous detachment

Vitreous detachment

What is the vitreous liquid? The vitreous is a space at the back of the eye, between the lens and the retina and it is filled with...
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Astigmatism

Astigmatism

What exactly is astigmatism? Astigmatism (astigmatism) is that refractive error of the eye in which the cornea is elliptical (rather than spherical) with asymmetrical curvatures. The...
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Glaucoma

Glaucoma

What exactly is glaucoma? Glaucoma (glaucoma) is a common eye disease affecting millions of people. It is characterized as an insidious and irreversible eye condition that...
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Cataracts

Cataracts

What exactly is cataract? Cataract (cataract) is an eye disease that develops with aging. It is the gradual, over the years, clouding of the natural crystalline...
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Corneal conditions

Corneal conditions

What exactly is the cornea? The cornea is the clear "window" of the eye in the world. This anterior layer of tissue is the most refractive surface of...
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Keratoconus

Keratoconus

What exactly is keratoconus and when is it manifested? Keratoconus (keratoconus) is an ocular condition in which the normal structure - shaped cornea progressively thins, creating...
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Myopia

Myopia

What exactly is myopia? Short-sightedness (myopia) is a very common refractive error in which distant vision (distant vision) is very difficult. In myopia, light rays from...
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Presbyopia

Presbyopia

What exactly is presbyopia? Presbyopia is an evolutionary problem and not a static situation. Related to the declining of near vision. Presented at the age of...
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Pterygium

Pterygium

What exactly is pterygium? The pterygium (pterygium) is a triangular layer of fibrovascular tissue, which penetrates into the cornea (abnormal tissue growth). It usually occurs on...
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Uveitis

Uveitis

What exactly is the uvea? The uvea is a vascularized fibrous layer that protects the eye and is extremely important for nutrition. It consists of three parts: the...
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Strabismus

Strabismus

What exactly is strabismus? The squint (strabismus) is a relatively common condition that normally occurs at a young age. The condition is that the optical axes...
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Hyperopia

Hyperopia

What exactly is hyperopia? In farsightedness (hyperopia) the near vision is mainly affected but also, to some extent, the distant vision as well. It is also...
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Hyposphagma

Hyposphagma

What exactly is hyposphagma? The sudden appearance of an intense redness in the normally white part of the eye, usually without other accompanying symptoms, makes us...
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chalazion

chalazion

What exactly is chalazion and what causes it? Chalazion (chalazion) is a common inflammation of the eyelid. Specifically, it is located in the glands on the...
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Macular conditions

Macular conditions

What exactly is the macula? The retina is a thin layer of tissue in the back of the eye (playing the role of photographic film to capture visual...
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Other usual conditions

Other usual conditions

What is blepharitis? Blepharitis (blepharitis) is a common and persistent inflammation of the eyelids. The bacteria present in the skin surface around the eyes, are possible, in some...
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