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Is There Anything I Can Do to Prevent Glaucoma?

Glaucoma is an eye disease that causes damage to the optic nerve. The nerve transmits information between the eye and brain and, when damaged, can cause vision loss. Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness in the country and worldwide. The exact cause is unknown, but increased eye pressure is usually a factor. If not treated, glaucoma can cause blindness.

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What Are the Causes and Risks of Uveitis?

Uveitis is a swelling of the eye that affects the middle layer tissue known as the uvea. Symptoms of the inflammation usually come on suddenly and worsen rapidly. The condition can affect people of all ages, and the inflammation can be in one or both eyes.

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Cataracts Eye Doctor

5 Facts About Cataracts

Cataracts are a relatively common condition that can affect one or both eyes. Symptoms of the condition include cloudy or blurry vision, glare, halos around lights, and poor night vision. The following are facts about cataracts. 

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How Does High Blood Pressure Impact Your Vision?

The eyes contain tiny blood vessels, and high blood pressure can harm the eyes and vision. Most people do not have symptoms of eye problems until the later stages of the disease. Here are ways in which high blood pressure can impact your vision. 

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What is Unsafe Eye Pressure?

Regular eye exams are essential for everyone as they allow your eye doctor to check your vision and intraocular pressure. Doing so helps monitor your eye health and determines if your optic nerve is well. The eyes are full of fluid to keep them inflated, and healthy eyes drain fluid freely to maintain steady eye pressure. Normal eye pressure is different from one person to the other and the pressure can change during the day.

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The Difference Between Chronic and Acute Glaucoma

While there are many different types of glaucoma, ophthalmologists usually group them into two main categories. These are chronic glaucoma and acute glaucoma. All kinds of glaucoma in both categories result from damage to the optic nerve, which can eventually cause blindness. 

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Cataract Rupture

Can Cataracts Rupture, and What to Do?

When cataracts cloud the eyes, they fail to function effectively. It results in blurred vision and other vision changes. Treatment for cataracts involves surgery. It is helpful to find out if cataracts can rupture and what to do.

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Eye Problems and nervous system

Neuro-ophthalmology Disorders and How to Treat Them

Neurological disorders can affect the eyes and vision, impacting a patient’s daily life. The eyes receive visual images, but the brain interprets the information received. This allows an individual to “see” the images.

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