Glaucoma surgery is usually not the first step in treating ocular hypertension with optic nerve damage. However, it can save the patient's eyesight if other glaucoma treatment options don't work. On the other hand, ocular hypotensive drugs can cause side effects and sometimes an "immediate" drop in blood pressure may be required.

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Winter is here and with it, the cold comes! We all know the tips we should follow to protect our eyesight in summer but how do low temperatures affect our eyesight? With the cold, tear production decreases, and with it the natural lubrication and hydration of our eyes. This can cause dry eyes that result in symptoms such as blurred vision, itching, burning, burning or the sensation of a foreign body in the eye.

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What are the ophthalmological emergencies? Certain symptoms must indeed alert and motivate a systematic consultation. Who to call? How do you take care of ophthalmic emergencies?

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The topic of laser vision correction is actively discussed at numerous forums and blogs. And among adequate and truthful information, various kinds of conjectures and judgments often slip through, which really scare the inexperienced reader who is looking for the truth. What you don’t know from the messages of “friendly” visitors to the network: 

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The intraocular pressure (IOP) always refers to eyestrain. Therefore, it can be known whether or not the state of it may affect the vision of the eye. The appropriate and most reliable diagnostic technique for measuring IOP is with a tonometer whenever the patient visits an ophthalmologist's office.

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Having an eye surgery in the eye surgery hospitals can always make a mature adult apprehensive, let alone the kids who have to undergo this process. Therefore, we all pray and hope for the success of the operation. Luckily, the abundance of hospitals for eye care and the level of sophisticated surgery's facility standard is a huge relief for children who have impending eye surgery.

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Patients with this syndrome usually have a dry sensation in the eyes and grit, especially when getting up in the morning. Dry eye syndrome is a persistent disease and is generally progressive. In most cases, the dry eye can be controlled successfully, and the result is an apparent greater comfort for the eye, fewer symptoms and, sometimes, a sharper vision. Depending on its cause and severity, treatment may be for life.

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Surely one day you had very red eyes, and you thought about running to the emergency room. You probably had a moment in which you saw something strange, and you guessed it could be an essential pathology of sight- Emergency Ophthalmology, and you still remember that day you had slight discomfort in the eyelid. But you went to see the ophthalmologist on duty at your hospital, because of "the view is very delicate" and you had to wait two hours to be treated, and you took conjunctivitis of "gift."

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Lens replacement surgery is one of the most defining surgeries in the field of eye surgery and many Eye surgery Hospitals are of the opinion that this surgery is not only an important treatment for many visual problems but it is also few notches better than LASIK in some cases. It must be noted that lens replacement is a relatively new procedure and yet eye specialists of many countries have validated it across the globe. Conditions that can be treated using lens replacement surgery include cataracts, astigmatism and other refractive errors.

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