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Image of an eye with a plastic cornea. The kind of cool thing about this is that my aunt works as an opthamologist and the eyes look sort of robotic.

Image of an eye with a plastic cornea. The kind of cool thing about this is that my aunt works as an opthamologist and the eyes look sort of robotic.

Intacs CXL strengthen the cornea in patients with #Keratoconus

Intacs CXL strengthen the cornea in patients with #Keratoconus

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BAJUZ

Rubeosis iridis is a condition which causes abnormal blood vessel growth on the iris and the structures in the front of the eye. When the retina has been deprived of oxygen such as in diabetic retinopathy or CRVO, these abnormal blood vessels form to supply oxygen to the front of the eye. The formation of these vessels obstructs the drainage of aqueous fluid from the front of the eye, causing elevated eye pressure. This usually leads to neovascular glaucoma.

Rubeosis iridis is a condition which causes abnormal blood vessel growth on the iris and the structures in the front of the eye. When the retina has been deprived of oxygen such as in diabetic retinopathy or CRVO, these abnormal blood vessels form to supply oxygen to the front of the eye. The formation of these vessels obstructs the drainage of aqueous fluid from the front of the eye, causing elevated eye pressure. This usually leads to neovascular glaucoma.

HSV disciform keratitis

HSV disciform keratitis

Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma: External Appearance. Blockage of the drainage angle causes IOP to rise. High pressure results in a constellation of signs seen in acute angle closure glaucoma including redness of conjunctiva (red arrow), haziness of the cornea, and a mid-dilated pupil (white arrow).

Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma: External Appearance. Blockage of the drainage angle causes IOP to rise. High pressure results in a constellation of signs seen in acute angle closure glaucoma including redness of conjunctiva (red arrow), haziness of the cornea, and a mid-dilated pupil (white arrow).

Christmas tree decoration cataract or polychromatic cataract

Christmas tree decoration cataract or polychromatic cataract

CHERATITE INTERSTIZIALE o PARENCHIMATOSA cheratite interstiziale è un'infiammazione cronica, non ulcerativa degli strati intermedi della cornea (ossia il cosiddetto mesostroma) che è talvolta associata a uveite. La causa è in genere infettiva. I sintomi comprendono fotofobia, dolore, lacrimazione e offuscamento della vista.

CHERATITE INTERSTIZIALE o PARENCHIMATOSA cheratite interstiziale è un'infiammazione cronica, non ulcerativa degli strati intermedi della cornea (ossia il cosiddetto mesostroma) che è talvolta associata a uveite. La causa è in genere infettiva. I sintomi comprendono fotofobia, dolore, lacrimazione e offuscamento della vista.

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