Glaucoma refers to a group of eye diseases that have common features, including elevated eye pressure, damage to the optic nerve, and vision loss.
Although life is reputed to begin at 40, so do many eye problems. That's why people in their 40s should look after their eye health, including having regular eye check-ups.
As caregivers, haven’t we all at some point wondered while the child is not interested in a certain activity or is quite fidgety.
Glaucoma constitutes an important cause for irreversible blindness,mostly due to obstruction of intraocular aqueous outflow passage resulting in raised intraocular pressure and optic nerve damage.
Maintaining good health is important all throughout our lives however, even more so in the old age. However, as with the rest of the body the eye also undergoes significant changes as a part of the ageing process.
Glaucoma is a disease that affects the optic nerve of the eye and is characterized by shrinkage of the field of vision.
Smoking has long been known to cause lung cancer and heart disease; however many people do not realize that smoking can cause vision loss.
Vision is the important of all senses and eye is considered as a window to the outside world. Taking care of our Eye health by early detection of eye conditions and seeking care as soon you notice any symptoms in the eye can prevent more serious damage
The eye is a vital organ of our body. Like a camera, the eye captures information about shape, colour, and movement, and relays it to the brain.
‘Is there TB in the eye? How does it get there?’ These are the first questions one faces when one mentions tuberculosis (TB) in the eye.