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antanmoy of the eye

Anatomy of the Eye

The eye is one of the most complex and delicate organs in the body. The eye’s outer structures protect its interior while still allowing light to enter.

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cataracts

Cataracts

A cataract is simply a cloudy lens inside the eye. Cataracts commonly develop as a result of aging, but they can also be caused by disease, trauma and certain medications.

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cataract removal

Cataract Removal

This surgery, also called phaco-emulsification, restores vision to patients whose vision has been seriously impaired by cataracts. Most patients out of surgery in a few hours.

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after cataracts

After Cataracts

An after cataract, also called a posterior capsular opacification, is a cloudy membrane that sometimes forms behind the intraocular lens after a patient has had cataract surgery

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Macular Degeneration (Dry, Age-Related)

Macular Degeneration (Dry, Age-Related)

This disease is a deterioration of the macula, the portion of the retina that allows us to see fine details in the center of the visual field.

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Macular Degeneration (Wet, Age-Related)

Macular Degeneration (Wet, Age-Related)

Wet ARMD accounts for about 10 percent of all cases of macular degeneration but is a leading cause of blindness in the elderly.

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LASIK

LASIK

LASIK uses a computer controlled laser to reshape the cornea, improving focus and lessening the patient’s dependence on eyeglasses or contact lenses.

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YAG laser surgery

YAG Laser Surgery

After cataracts are treated with the YAG laser. There are no nerve endings in the cloudy membrane where after cataracts form, so the procedure is painless.

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Glaucoma (Narrow Angle)

Glaucoma (Narrow Angle)

This disorder damages the optic nerve at the rear of the eye, causing rapid loss of vision. It can strike suddenly and progress quickly.

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Glaucoma (Primary Angle)

Glaucoma (Primary Angle)

This disorder damages the optic nerve at the rear of the eye, causing loss of vision. It can progress so gradually that the person doesn’t notice until significant damage has occurred.

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