This time of year it's not uncommon to have itchy, red, and watering eyes!
A visual field tests for the sensitivity of your peripheral vision and is used in testing for patients with glaucoma and cases of brain damage.
Last week we discussed the use of OCT (Optical Coherence Tomography) in glaucoma, and this week we saw fit to discuss its other uses, mainly in the diagnosis of retinal defects.
This week we wanted to elaborate on a type of imaging technique call Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT). OCT has many uses, but perhaps its most frequent use is in the management of glaucoma.
Many people have heard of a Retinal Detachment (RD), but there is some confusion on what causes it and what exactly goes on, click here to find out more!
Hi Everybody! Today we are talking a bit about the importance of eye exams in children!
Hypertension and other vascular diseases can lead to multiple issues with the blood vessels in our eyes. These are known as artery and vein occlusions
For this week's health education post, we decided to discuss the effects of Hypertension on the retina, more specifically hypertensive retinopathy.
Last week we discussed what really causes us to require reading glasses in our mid 40s: Presbyopia. Today we thought it suitable to discuss what options and lenses we can use to compensate for
this loss of focusing ability!
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