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  • Glaucoma- causes, symptoms, and prevention Optic nerve damage from glaucoma affects your eye. It typically occurs when liquid forms in the front part of your eye. Your eye becomes more stressed as a result of the increased liquid, which harms the optic nerve. There are more than 1,000,000 tiny nerve filaments in the optic nerve. It looks like a series of tiny wires that make up an electric wire. You will develop weak spots in your vision as these nerve strands continue to spread.... [more]
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  • How to cure squint. Our eyes are moved by six muscles called ocular muscles. Two muscles move the eye up and down, two more move the eye left and right, and two more move the eye rotate. When eye muscles are working properly, our eyes can keep a single point of focus. However, when ocular muscle activity is impaired, the eyes do not move together. The medical term for this is strabismus or squint. It is possible for the squint (Misalignment) to be horizontal, divergent (outward), or... [more]
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  • Squint treatment- bharti eye foundation There are six ocular muscles that control how we move our eyes. Our eyes can rotate by using two muscles to move the eye up and down, two to the left and right, and two more. Our eyes can maintain a single point of focus when eye muscles are functioning normally. However, the eyes do not move in unison when ocular muscle function is compromised. This is referred to as strabismus or squint. The squint (Misalignment) may be horizontal, divergent... [more]
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  • How to cure Amblyopia (Lazy eye)? One eye may have poor vision due to improper use during early growth, a disease known as amblyopia, or "lazy eye." If the refractive error is prevalent from an early age, amblyopia, or lazy eye, can develop. The lower eye cannot learn to see correctly because the brain ignores its signals and concentrates on the superior eye. The poorer eye will never fully develop its "information route" into the brain and will never see as well as the... [more]
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  • Posterior vitreous detachment (PVD) - causes, symptoms, and treatment Your eye's vitreous detachment, a translucent fluid, is present throughout. Your eye's shape is maintained by the vitreous. We can still see reasonably well without the vitreous attached to the retina, thus this is essential. The vitreous loses its shape, shifts away from the retina, and compresses inward toward the center of the eye when it becomes overly soft. PVD often and naturally occurs. Your vision won't be lost,... [more]
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  • Dry eye| bharti eye foundation The condition known as dry eye is brought on by an issue with the tears. Your eye may feel unpleasant, red, scratchy, and inflamed due to dry eye. Your vision may get temporarily blurry, but it will return to normal when you blink or get better on its own. Even when there is nothing in your eye, dry eye might normally give you the impression that something is there, such as an eyelash or a particle of grit. There may be more tears in your eyes than usual.... [more]
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