What are Intraocular Lenses

In patients with long-sightedness or myopia or thin corneas are not sufficient to correct the laser can be used without removing the natural lens of the eye, with a special intraocular lens implantation in the eye refractive error corrected. This is because the natural lens remains intact, the adaptive power conservation and persons who have reached the age of presbyopia, in addition to good visibility round, will have a good near vision. The action by creating a very small incision in the cornea, lens subtle in front of the eye's natural lens implanted to correct myopia or camera.
There are different types of lenses. Some of them in the anterior chamber of the eye (behind the cornea and in front of the colored iris of the eye) are and some of them in the posterior chamber of the eye (behind the iris on the lens patients)Intraocular lenses are placed permanently at any time, but can be removed with surgery


Photorefractive keratectomy (Geo Kay) What

Photorefractive keratectomy, or PRK laser surgery to correct refractive errors in the myopic, hyperopic and astigmatic used. In this action for shaping the cornea and correct refractive errors similar to LASIK excimer laser is used, but unlike LASIK microkeratome'll need to use the device and remove the layer of Qznyh is not for vision correction corneal surface (after Trashdn cells. surface or epithelium) laser directly. PRK in patients who have thin corneas or corneal disorders have no other, more appropriate. The PRK operation since the flap (layer) is not removed, the flap-related complications there. In PRK the corneal tissue from the center, slope and curvature less myopia corrected. To improve the camera, with tissue harvested from the peripheral corneal curvature of the most central and long-sightedness corrected. To correct astigmatism, the cornea so be prepared to enter into a spherical shape.

What lacrimal duct obstruction

The narrow duct that drains tears from the eye naturally makes it into the nose, lacrimal duct obstruction is said to be either congenital or acquired. Its acquisition type of an infection occurs, leading to fibrosis and lacrimal duct obstruction is.
Congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction between the ages of 3 to 12 weeks, in the form of continuous tearing of one eye and, rarely, from both eyes arise. At the end of nasolacrimal duct obstruction due to the remaining curtain on the nose. Because the first 2 weeks after birth tears in the lacrimal glands do not secrete, infants with asymptomatic obstruction to the first few weeks.
In children, congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction are mostly spontaneous and often massage the lacrimal sac opens up to a year. Sometimes the nose or facial bone fractures can cause mechanical obstruction of the nasolacrimal duct. Nasolacrimal duct obstruction usually leads to infection of the lacrimal sac is long

Eyelid ptosis

Drooping eyelids or eyelid ptosis What

Drooping upper eyelid is called ptosis. Drooping of the upper eyelid when partially or completely covers the pupil, reduces the field of view. People with eyelid ptosis often can hardly keep your eyes open. They had to raise your eyebrows are often the arched his eyebrows. In severe cases, sufferers have to see their eyelids drooping eyes with their fingers upper hand. Children with a disability or developmental delay eyes with eye b are caused by limited visibility. Ptosis of the upper eyelid drooping of one or both eyes. Drooping eyelids can cover part or the whole of the pupil. Drooping eyes of both children and adults occur, but generally happens due to old age

What is strabismus

Strabismus is a visual defect in which the eyes are misaligned and point in different directions. This heterogeneity may be obvious, or sometimes merely exist. While one eye, the other eye looks straight forward, inward, outward, upward or downward is rotated. The turned eye may straighten at times and the straight eye out of its position.
Strabismus is a common problem among the pediatric age group and about 4% of children can be seen, but it may also be the time it occurs at a later age. Its prevalence in males and females equally and may run in families. However, some patients experience such a problem not mentioned in your family.

Glaucoma and treatment is trabeculectomy

Glaucoma is a condition where an increase in intraocular pressure occurs and, if untreated, can lead to optic nerve damage and blindness
Transparent and smooth fluid called "aqueous humor" is constantly circulating in the eye, if by blocking the exit of aqueous humor, the fluid pressure inside the eye rises and this leads to optic nerve damage


What is a corneal transplant

The cornea is the transparent layer in front of the colored part of the eye is said to be just in front of the eye (iris) is located. focus retina. Corneal transplant procedure in which corneal opacity which have been replaced with a transparent cornea. This action "keratoplasty" also called