EYE CONDITIONS


DRY EYE


Dry eye syndrome (‘dry eyes’) is a common cause of eye irritation. It mainly affects older people. Artificial tears, gels and soothing ointments usually ease the symptoms.



GLAUCOMA


Glaucoma is a disorder in which the optic nerve head at the back of the eye is damaged, leading to progressive, irreversible loss of peripheral vision.



DIABETIC RETINOPATHY


Diabetic retinopathy is a disorder of the back of the eye caused by diabetes mellitus, a condition associated with a high blood sugar level.



FLOATERS


Floaters are small condensations of normally clear tissue that ‘float’ about with movement of the eye in the vitreous humour (a jelly like substance) at the back of the eye.



KERATOCONUS


Keratoconus is a condition which causes reduced vision due to a more extreme degree of astigmatism (where the front of the eye is shaped a little like a rugby ball as opposed to a football).



WATERY EYE


The condition referred to as ‘watering eye’ or ‘watery eye’, or the excessive production of tears to the point where they can overflow down the cheek is known as “epiphora”. It can have many different causes, and the treatment will depend on the cause.



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Northenden
Manchester
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