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Blepharitis

Blepharitis

Blepharitis is a disease of the margins of the eyelids. The most visible signs of this inflammation are redness of the edges of the lids and small whitish-yellow scales between the eyelashes.

Orbital phlegmon

Orbital phlegmon

Orbital phlegmon is diffuse purulent inflammation of the orbital tissue, followed by necrosis. Etiology The disease is usually caused by staphylococci and streptococci, the most common cause is inflammation in the paranasal sinuses, infection in injuries, operations in the oculo-orbital area, in diseases of the teeth, common infections, caused by squeezing on the face of boils, barley, as a complication of purulent dusryocystitis, as a one of purulent dystrophyticitis. Orbital Phlegmon Clinic The disease occurs, as a rule, acutely –…

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Phlegmon palpebrae

Phlegmon palpebrae

Phlegmon is a spilled purulent inflammation of adipose tissue. It is a collective concept. The process can be located in the fiber of the orbit, eyelid or lacrimal sac. Upper palpebrae It occurs in places where there is a violation of the integrity of the skin. The source of the infection is clear and can be investigated. Most often, inflammation occurs in places where for a long period of time there have been no injuries, cuts or skin punctures. The…

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Myopia

Myopia

Myopia is a disease in which a person poorly distinguishes objects located at a distance. With myopia, the image does not occur in a specific area of the retina, but is located in the plane in front of it.  Etiology  Currently, there is no single scientific concept of the emergence and development of myopia. The most recognized is the three-component hypothesis of the origin of myopia, according to which three links play a role in its development: 1) visual work…

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Visometry

Visometry

Visual acuity is one of the main functions of the eye, researched by an ophthalmologist at the reception. It can go down due to refractive errors, eye diseases and injuries, neurological diseases.   There are many factors that lead to poor eyesight. These ones include aging, unhealthy lifestyle, increased visual load, various injuries, as well as many different diseases. If you see a decrease in visual acuity, you should immediately seek help from an ophthalmologist. Indications for the procedure The…

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Ocular tension

Ocular tension

Persistently high blood pressure inside the eye is called “Glaucoma” (a disease in which without treatment there is a persistent decline in vision, right up to blindness). With a slight increase in the indices, the patient practically does not notice problems until the eye becomes weak-sighted or blind.   Factors Glaucoma most often develops among people older than 40 years (especially with adverse heredity – when the family has relatives with such a diagnosis). Therefore, all people over the age…

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Vision

Vision

Contact correction is widespread throughout the world and an effective means of optical care for people with vision problems – thanks to some new methods they get a new, improved quality of life. And every year the number of lens carriers grows.  People who have never used medical innovations consider that it is difficult and and impossible to change their lives. But in reality they help to see clearly, feel comfortable throughout the day and do not affect the appearance…

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