Eye Diseases

All problems that occur in any part of the eye can be called as eye diseases. Eye diseases can be genetic or may occur due to some environmental factors. Mostly, it is usually caused by genes from the family. Eye diseases caused by environmental factors are caused by some external factors. One of the reasons that cause difficulty in vision is the damage caused by the escape or entry of any substance into the eye. Being in places with vision difficulties for a long time can also cause eye diseases. Environments where the light setting is unstable is one of these places. Eye defects can also occur as a result of some diseases. These and similar reasons cause problems in the eye. Eye problems are treated with some methods.

 

Types of Eye Diseases:

  • Strabismus, Color Blindness
  • Myopia, Hyperopia And Astigmatism
  • Conjunctivitis And Allergic Conjunctivitis
  • Glaucoma (Eye Tension)
  • Cataract
  • Amblyopia
  • Eye Pain
  • Contact Lens
  • Cornea Diseases

These eye defects can be cited as the most common eye ailments. These and many other eye defects create a problem of not being able to use their eyes fully. Color blindness is the inability to distinguish the color inside the eye. Strabismus is the inability of both eyes to focus on the same place. Myopia is a problem of farsightedness. Farsightedness is the problem of being able to see near clearly. An eye defect called astigmatism is also a problem of being able to see both near and far. Conjunctivitis is a defect in the thin membrane of the eye. Allergic conjunctivitis occurs depending on the season and can cause watering, itching and redness in the eye. Glaucoma, increased eye pressure due to poor drainage of intraocular fluid. Cataract is the decrease in the adaptability of the lens whose weight and thickness change as it ages. Cataract is the most common cause of aging-related visual impairment in society. It is the most common disease that causes blindness worldwide. Amblyopia occurs due to not using the eye nerve. In other words, the image reaching the eye cannot reach the nerve layer or it becomes blurry. Keratoconus is the conical tapering of the normally rounded cornea (transparent layer of the eye) forward. It is a progressive and vision-impaired disease, usually starting in adolescence. Myopia and irregular astigmatism develop in patients with keratoconus.

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