Common eye surface problems can include blepharitis, dry eye, and subconjuntival hemorrhage, and treatments and symptoms can range greatly.
Uveitis is inflammation of the uvea, which is the middle part of the eye. It can occur in any part of the eye including the optic nerve and retina.
The type and severity level of retinal condition and age of the patient are all diagnostic variables in the treatment of congenital retina defects.
Any intraocular infection, from severe conjunctivitis or an infection of the entire eye, is an ocular emergency that needs immediate treatment.
Certain ocular conditions such as high myopia, pseudoexfoliation, or retinitis pigmentosa can be the cause of the development of a dislocated lens.
Retinal dystrophies are inherited or genetic diseases that result from an abnormality in your DNA, which gives rise to a range of retinal diseases.
Ocular trauma occurs when the eye has been injured from a direct hit, a sharp object, or other traumatic event that can harm the retina or cornea.
Retained lens fragments occur when parts of the cataract lens remain in the eye following a cataract removal surgery, which can cause future issues.