Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the physical disturbance of the center of the retina called the macula.
Bulging eyes, or proptosis, occurs when one or both eyes protrude from the eye sockets due to space taking lesions such as swelling of the muscles, fat, and tissue behind the eye.
Cataracts are a degenerative form of eye disease in which the lens gradually becomes opaque and vision mists over.
In rare cases, children develop cataracts in the first few years of their lives.
CMV Retinitis is a serious infection of the retina that often affects people with AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) and that may also affect people with other immune disorders.
Colour blindness is not actually blindness in the true sense but rather is a colour vision deficiency—people who are affected by it simply do not agree with most other people about colour matching.
Crossed eyes (or strabismus) occur when a person's eyes are not able to align on the same point at the same time, and appear to be misaligned or pointed in different directions.
Diabetic Macular Oedema, is caused by fluid accumulation in the macula. Patients typically experience blurred vision which can be severe.
Floaters are small specks or clouds that move across your field of vision—especially when you are looking at a bright, plain background, like a blank wall or a cloudless blue sky.
Sometimes your eyelid simply twitches.
Glaucoma occurs when a build-up of fluid in the eye creates pressure, damaging the optic nerve.
When the cornea in the front of the eye, which normally is round, becomes thin and cone shaped.
Commonly known as lazy eye, amblyopia is poor vision in an eye that does not receive adequate use during early childhood.
Whenever ordinary glasses or contact lenses don't produce clear vision, you are considered to have low vision.
Ocular hypertension is an increase in pressure in the eye that is above the range considered normal.
When the retina detaches, light sensitive membrane in the back of the eye becomes separated from the nerve tissue and blood supply underneath it.
Uveitis is the inflammation of the inside the eye, specifically affecting one or more of the three parts of the eye that make up the uvea.
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