Eye Care

5 Best Acupressure Points For Better Eye Sight

Acupressure can certainly deal with a lot of diseases, actually the types associated with the eyes. It may also deal wit...

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What to Know About Xerophthalmia

Xerophthalmia is a medical condition which is witnessed due to the deficiency of vitamin A.  This condition is mo...

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Aniridia

Aniridia is a genetic disorder in which a part of or all of iris of one or both eyes are absent. The colored part of e...

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Tips for Maintaining Good Eyesight

Why To Follow The Tips For Maintaining Good Eyesight The lenses in our eyes lose their flexibility as we age. This de...

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Presbyopia

(H52.4) Presbyopia Presbyopia Introduction Presbyopia refers to a state of condition in which the lens of the eye los...

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Keratomycosis

(B36.1) Keratomycosis A Keratomycosis is an inflammation of the cornea of the eye which forms the anterior part of the...

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Argyll Robertson Pupil

(H58.0) Argyll Robertson Pupil Argyll Robertson (AR) Pupil is defined as small Pupils and reflects poorly direct light...

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Amblyopia

(H53.0) Amblyopia (Lazy Eye) Amblyopia Introduction Amblyopia refers to the eye problem that triggers the loss of vis...

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Eyes are one of the most sensitive organs of the body. Therefore, keeping your eyes clean and healthy is very important. There are many common problems related eyes like shortsightedness, long-sightedness and pink eye which can cause vision problems if overlooked. If you notice any such symptoms, you should immediately check with your eye care expert. Eye care doesn’t only include going for regular checkups but having healthy food that contains all the essential vitamins that your eyes require. Every eye care expert would suggest including green leafy vegetables, fruits and juices in your daily diet for healthy eyes.

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Red Eye

(H57.9) Red Eye Information About Red Eye Red eye is the term which is a non-specific description of the appearance of the eye. Red eye can be......

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Coloboma

Coloboma Coloboma also called as colobomas or colobomata. Coloboma is a Greek word that actually means mutilation. The condition involves missing ......

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Anisometropia

(H52.3) Anisometropia Anisometropia Introduction Anisometropia relates to a state of visual condition in which a person has a difference of ......

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River Blindness

(H54/B73) River Blindness Onchocerciasis or River Blindness is a parasitic disease also called as Neglected Tropical ...

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Not Otherwise Specified

NOS (Not Otherwise Specified) About Not Otherwise Specified The lexical meaning of ‘About Not Otherwise Specif...

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Micropthalmia

(H54.9) Micropthalmia (Micro-Opthalmia / Coloboma) Micropthalmia Information Microphthalmia is a disorder in which the...

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Astigmatism Eye Disease

(H52.2) Astigmatism Astigmatism Introduction Astigmatism is a widespread eye-related problem that arises due to the c...

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Ophthalmoparesis

(H49.3-4) Ophthalmoparesis What is Ophthalmoparesis The muscles that are responsible for the movement of one or both...

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Nyctalopia

(H53.6) Nyctalopia Nyctalopia Information Nyctalopia is an eye disorder commonly known as night blindness. It is the ...

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Myopia

(H52.1) Myopia Myopia Introduction Myopia is a state of visual defect in which the far-off objects look to be blurred...

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Hypermetropia

(H52.0) Hypermetropia Hypermetropia Introduction Hypermetropia refers to the abnormal defect of vision in which a pers...

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