Cataracts eye disease

Cataracts eye disease

Cataracts eye disease. Cataracts are clouding of the lens of the eye. The lens of the eye is located just behind the pupil. The lens provides a sharp image. Over the years, the lens becomes less clear. This is …

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Snow blindness

Snow blindness

Welding eyes and snow blindness are actually two different names for one and the same condition. As the name suggests, welding eyes can form during welding, and snow blindness is common in the high mountains. When …

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Pterygium eye disease

Pterygium eye disease

Pterygium eye disease. A pterygium is a triangular piece of tissue that grows from the corner of the eye mainly over the superficial layers of the cornea. It is harmless but can become a practical problem …

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Eye injury

Eye injury

A penetrating eye injury is an injury to the eye in which the wall of the eyeball is thoroughly damaged. There is a direct connection between the inside of the eye and the outside world and …

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Blood in the eye

Blood in the eye

Blood in the eye. A shedding of blood in the whites or blood in the eye also called subconjunctival hematoma, is bleeding under the outer layer of the whites of the eye. Flushes in the whites …

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Amblyopia

What is Amblyopia? Amblyopia or lazy eye is poor eyesight in an eye. It arises because this eye was unable to develop normally in early childhood. When one eye develops good vision, while the other eye …

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