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A blog about optometry, eyecare, patient education, dry eye, contact lens wear, optometry students, and glasses fashion

A blog about optometry, eyecare, patient education, dry eye, contact lens wear, optometry students, and glasses fashion

Keratomania.com - Keratoconus Support and Awareness The cornea is the eye's outermost layer. it is the clear, dome-shaped surface that covers the front of the eye. Although the cornea is clear and seems to lack substance, it is actually a highly organized group of cells and proteins. Unlike most tissues in the body, the cornea contains no blood vessels to nourish or protect it against infection.

Keratomania.com - Keratoconus Support and Awareness The cornea is the eye's outermost layer. it is the clear, dome-shaped surface that covers the front of the eye. Although the cornea is clear and seems to lack substance, it is actually a highly organized group of cells and proteins. Unlike most tissues in the body, the cornea contains no blood vessels to nourish or protect it against infection.

Pigment dispersion syndrome occurs when pigment granules that normally adhere to the back of the iris, flake off into the clear fluid produced in the eye, called the aqueous humor. Sometimes these granules flow toward the drainage canals of the eye, slowly clogging them and raising eye pressure. This rise in eye pressure can damage the optic nerve, the nerve in the back of the eye that carries visual images to the brain. If this happens, pigment dispersion syndrome becomes pigmentary…

Pigment dispersion syndrome occurs when pigment granules that normally adhere to the back of the iris, flake off into the clear fluid produced in the eye, called the aqueous humor. Sometimes these granules flow toward the drainage canals of the eye, slowly clogging them and raising eye pressure. This rise in eye pressure can damage the optic nerve, the nerve in the back of the eye that carries visual images to the brain. If this happens, pigment dispersion syndrome becomes pigmentary…

Purtscher retinopathy is a hemorrhagic and vasoocclusive vasculopathy, which, in 1912, was first described as a syndrome of sudden blindness associated with severe head trauma. These patients had findings of multiple white retinal patches and retinal hemorrhages that were associated with severe vision loss

Purtscher retinopathy is a hemorrhagic and vasoocclusive vasculopathy, which, in 1912, was first described as a syndrome of sudden blindness associated with severe head trauma. These patients had findings of multiple white retinal patches and retinal hemorrhages that were associated with severe vision loss

Greek Yogurt Banana Bread by runningwithspoons: So soft and tender that you'd never be able to tell it's made without butter or oil. #Banana_Bread #Healthier

Greek Yogurt Banana Bread by runningwithspoons: So soft and tender that you'd never be able to tell it's made without butter or oil. #Banana_Bread #Healthier