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Keratoconus is an ocular condition affecting the cornea, the clear front surface of the eye. It usually occurs in both eyes and in young adult males; however, it has been seen in both men and women and people of various ages.More
Diabetic retinopathy is the result of damage to the retina caused by diabetes and is the main cause of blindness in Americans 20-74 years old.
Color Vision Deficiency is a person's inability to distinguish certain shades of colors or, in more severe cases, any colors. The most common deficiency is with reds and greens, and less commonly blues and yellows.More
Conjunctivitis ("Pink Eye") is an inflammation and irritation to the conjunctiva or the clear tissue that lines the outside surface of the eye. It can affect either one or both eyes, and with most cases, it is a minor condition, but can develop to become more serious.
Strabismus (aka crossed eyes) is a condition were poor eye movement control causes the eyes to be misaligned and look at two objects simultaneously. Poor alignment of the eyes can be caused by nerve or eye muscle palsy or a large uncorrected hyperopic (i.e. "farsighted") prescription.
Cataracts are the clouding of the lens within the eye usually leading to a general decrease in vision. As the lens gradually opacifies, the light is unable to transmit easily from the front of the eye to the retina in back. Common symptoms of cataracts are decrease in vision, trouble with glare at night, decreased contrast, and change in the appearance of colors.More