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Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that is usually characterized by abnormally high eye pressure that eventually leads to optic nerve damage. The optic nerve carries visual information from your eye to your brain for processing. The eye has a “drainage system” that allows fluid to flow in and out of the eye. If […]


Retina and Vitreous Disease

The retina is located at the back of the eye. It contains the delicate inner lining of the eye that contains cells that sense light and blood vessels that nourish them. It sends signals to your brain through the optic nerve, where the signals are interpreted as images. Because the role of the retina is […]


Cornea and External Diseases

Cornea and External Diseases involve disorders of the cornea (clear, dome-shaped surface that covers the front part of the eye), iris (colored part of the eye), lens, sclera (white part of the eye), conjunctiva (thin membrane that covers the sclera) and the eyelids. Several problems or disorders, such as inflammation, allergies, infections, injuries or dystrophies, […]


Refractive Errors

Refractive errors occur when images become blurry when the eyeball is unusually long or short, or the cornea or lens is not evenly or smoothly shaped. The types of refractive errors are: Nearsightednesss (Myopia) – an eye condition where a person can see nearby objects clearly but has difficulty seeing objects at a distance. The […]