Amblyopia is a vision problem where the eye or eyes have difficulty focusing clearly on objects.
When the lens of the eye becomes cloudy or opaque, this condition is known as a cataract.
Any problem with the eyes or eyelids that develops in a fetus while it’s still in the uterus is known as a congenital malformation of the lids and eyes.
Conjunctivitis, also known as pink eye, is an eye infection of the transparent tissue surrounding the eye that is common among children.
The motion of the eyes as a person moves them to look around is controlled by muscles. When these muscles don’t work properly, this is known as an eye muscle disorder or eye movement disorder.
Glaucoma is an eye disorder where the optic nerve gets damaged.
When the tear ducts are blocked and do not allow tears to flow from the corners of the eyes properly, this is known as a lacrimal or tearing problem.
When a problem with the brain or neurological conditions, such as migraine, multiple sclerosis, hydrocephalus, brain tumor, optic atrophy and others, causes vision problems, this is known as neuro-ophthalmic causes of visual loss.
Ocular injury is just a medical term for eye injury, which can take a variety of forms and happen for a number of reasons.
Ocular tumors are any type of tumor that impacts the eyeball or the surrounding area. They can be benign or malignant.
Conjunctivitis, also known as pink eye, is an eye infection of the transparent tissue surrounding the eye, that is common among children.