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An explanation of the types, symptoms, and treatment of retinitis, a disease that threatens vision by damaging the retina of your eye.
Juvenile macular degeneration is the term for several inherited eye diseases that affect children and young adults, including Stargardt's disease, Best disease, and juvenile retinoschisis.
WebMD looks at the eye surgeries called astigmatic keratotomy and radial keratotomy.
There is no cure, but age-related macular degeneration treatments may prevent severe vision loss or slow the progression of the disease considerably.
WebMD gives you information about the proper way to insert eye drops.
Information for parents whose children need eyeglasses, including how to get kids to wear their glasses and whether kids need protective eye gear when playing sports.
Corneal opacities are eye problems that can lead to scarring or clouding of the cornea, which decreases vision.
Blepharitis is an infection of the eyelids and WebMD helps you understand the condition's symptoms and treatment.
Learn more from WebMD about the different eye problems that can arise with diabetes, including diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and cataracts.
WebMD explains different types of eyeglass lenses and lens coatings, along with tips for caring for your spectacles.
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