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    1. What Is Ocular Albinism?

      Ocular albinism can make eyes look different and act differently. Find out about causes, symptoms, and living with this rare eye disorder.

    2. What Is Ocular Rosacea?

      What is ocular rosacea? What are its symptoms, and what can you do about it?

    3. What Is Retinoschisis?

      Learn about the two types of retinoschisis. Find out who gets this eye condition, and how it can affect vision.

    4. What Is Retinitis Pigmentosa?

      What is retinitis pigmentosa? What are its symptoms, and what can you do about it?

    5. Primary Congenital Glaucoma

      WebMD explains the causes, symptoms, and treatment of primary congenital glaucoma, an eye disease that affects children between the age of birth and 3 years.

    6. Age-Related Vision Problems

      Your eyesight changes as you age. What you should know about vision in adulthood and middle age.

    7. LASIK Eye Surgery

      Information on the laser eye surgery known as LASIK.

    8. Corneal Flash Burns

      A corneal flash burn can be caused by exposure to ultraviolet radiation from the sun, a welder's arc - even a halogen desk lamp. WebMD tells you how to protect your eyes from injury.

    9. What’s Irritating My Eyes?

      Find out what’s causing pain, irritation, or itching in your eyes -- and how to solve it.

    10. Hyphema (Bleeding in Eye)

      Blunt trauma to the eye can cause hyphema, or bleeding in the front of the eye. The condition requires immediate medical care. WebMD tells you more.

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