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Eye Conditions

Watch and learn about eye health & conditions

Below is a list of the most common eye conditions. Learn more about them and watch free videos on each condition.

Anatomy of the Eye

Learn about the Anatomy of the Eye

General Anatomy of the Eye. General Anatomy of the Eye. Cornea: The clear front segment of the eye that covers the iris, pupil and anterior chamber and helps focus light onto the retina. Iris: The iris is the tissue that…

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Learn more about Blepharitis Eye Condition

Blepharitis General Information. The onset of blepharitis can be minor, correcting itself without treatment within 2–4 weeks, but typically acts as an eye inflammation that can become very severe. The classifications of blepharitis include: seborrhoeic, staphylococcal, mixed, posterior or meibomitis, and…

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Learn more about Chalazion Eye Condition

Chalazion General Information. Chalazion is, in its simplest form, a lump in the eyelid. These lumps are similar in appearance to styes but are typically much larger. Chalazia (multiple chalazion) are often related to blepharitis, an inflammation of the eyelids. A…

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Dry Eyes

Learn more about Dry Eye Conditions

Dry Eyes General Information. Dry eye is among the most common eye issue, and can have mild to severe effects. There are many different symptoms associated with dry eyes, with the most common being tearing. The irritation that is due to…

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Fluorescein Angiography

Learn more about Fluorescein Angiography

What Is Fluorescein Angiography? Fluorescein Angiography is an eye testing technique used for examining the circulation of blood in the retina and choroid. This is done using a fluorescent dye and a specialized camera. The Process: Eye drops are given…

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Learn more about Presbyopia

Presbyopia (aging eyes) General Information. The first clear signs that one may be experiencing the onset of  presbyopia are the inability to read fine print, especially in lower light conditions, a strain on the eyes when reading or concentrating for…

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Learn more about Pterygium

Pterygium General Information. Pterygium (tur-IJ-ee-um) is a noncancerous growth on the conjunctiva (the outer white layer of the eye). It is most often found in people who spend a lot of time outside such as sailors or surfers and associated with…

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Retinal Vein Occlusions

About Central & Branch Retinal Vein Occlusion

Central Retinal Vein Occlusion (CRVO) and Branch Retinal Vein Occlusion (BRVO) The central retinal vein is comprised of many small branches of veins and is the main source of blood supply to and from the retina. Occlusion can occur resulting…

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