Narrow angle glaucoma attacks are very painful and usually strike without any warning. It generally occurs in patients with a specific refractive error. Find out if you may have narrow angle glaucoma in this article.
The first in a series of articles about eye cataracts this hub explains what a cataract is and what the symptoms of cataracts are.
What is a posterior vitreous detachment? What are floaters and flashes? This article explains what they are, how they form and if they are a threat to your vision.
YAG capsulotomies are routine procedures used to restore vision after the formation of a secondary cataract, also called posterior capsular opacification.
Describes 5 common vision conditions in aging adults. Includes definitions, symptoms and causes for cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachment and blindness.
Age Related Macular Degeneration destroys vision and quality of life. The disease cause a CNVM (central neovascular membrane) that blurrs and distorts the central vision. This article explains the disease, causes and...
About eight to ten percent of men are color blind, while only about 0.4 percent of women are afflicted. However, the term "color blind" is rather misleading. These people can still see color, just much...
Diabetes can cause a myriad of problems not only in the body, but in the eye as well and can even lead to blindness. This article discusses the different ways diabetic disease can cause vision loss.