Eye Disorders

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Amblyopia (Lazy Eye)

Characterized as poor or blurry vision in either one or both eyes caused by either no transmission or poor transmission of the visual image to the brain during early childhood. learn more >


Literally means "without iris," is an eye condition characterized by the absense of partial absence of the iris muscle tissue. learn more >


A condition where the surface of the eye is oval shaped, like a football, rather than round. learn more >


A chronic inflammatory condition of the eyelids, common in children and adults, which causes redness, burning, itching, swollen and/or crusty lid margins and dry-eye symptoms. learn more >


A gradual opacity or clouding of the normally clear crystalline lens of the eye, caused by the natural aging process, metabolic changes, injury, various forms of radiation, toxic chemicals and certain drugs. learn more >


An inflammation of the eye's outer membrane, which causes redness, swelling, itching and watering. learn more >

Corneal Disease (Keratitis)

A deep infection and inflammation of the cornea caused by an abrasion or the presence of bacteria virus or fungi in the cornea. learn more >

Corneal Ulcer

A condition of the cornea that occurs when localized tissue has eroded, and may cause a red, painful eye. learn more >

Diabetic Retinopathy

A common complication of diabetes in which high levels of blood sugar damage the blood vessels in the retina. learn more >

Dry Eye Syndrome

A condition caused by the reduction in quality and quantity of tears. Common symptoms include pain from eye irritation; a sandy or gritty sensation; decreased tolerance to contact lenses; and sensitivity to light learn more >

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