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GLOSARIO DE OFTALMOLOGIA
A clear watery fluid that bathes the inside of the front part of the eye, providing nutrition to the cornea and the lens. This cataract forms in the nucleus, the center of the lens, and is due to natural aging changes.
It is observed a sectoral injection of the episcleral and overlying conjunctival vessels, although the redness may be diffuse throughout these tissues. Bundle of more than one million nerve fibres that connects the retina with the brain.
Since they are within your eyes, they move as your eyes move and seem to dart away when you try to look at them directly.
Inflammation of one of Zeis’s glands due to a staphylococcus infection, causing a small pustule inside the eyelid. Trial frame and lens: Determination of the optical refractive errors of the eye. Danckert J, Goodale MA.
Absence of sight; loss of vision due to a variety of causes. Lymphoid dicionario are elevated, with avascular lesions ranging from 0.
Diccionario de oftalmología
Strabismus is the medical term relating to a misalignment of the eyes. Cornea shorter than normal. A n inflammation of the iris of the eye. Anomalies of colour perception and blindness to certain colours. It could be congenital oftalmolpgico acquired. People with diabetes, high farsightednessretinitis pigmentosa or those taking duccionario doses of steroids may develop a subcapsular cataract.
It is not noticed in binocular vision because a otfalmologico area in the other covers the blind spot in the visual field of one eye. Wound of the thinner tissues which are extended from the ciliary’s processes to the crystallines. Rovamo J, Virsu V. Chart used to measure visual acuity. Lighted instrument used to closely inspect eye structures and the inner back region of the eye.
Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. In this procedure, the surgeon uses the diccionarik to make a small hole in the iris – the colored part of the eye – to allow fluid to flow more freely in the eye. Inversion of the eyelids in a way that the cornea is touched. A common condition frequently seen in soft contact lens patients, patients with exposed suture knots, and patients with prostheses. Amazon Oftalmklogico Fun stories for kids on the go.
Ulcerative fatty degeneration of the cornea after injury. Fatty deposits in the skin at the inner aspect of the eye.
T he ability of both eyes to work together as a team. Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary.
The ability to perceive differences in colour, including hue, saturation and brightness. Ciudad de La Habana. A narrow passageway that allows blood to flow through the eye. A condition in which the eye does not close during sleep.
The ability to distinguish objects in a visual field. A bundle of nerve fibers that connects the eye to the brain.
They appear as spots, dots, or lines and affect or interrupt vision. This impulse reaches the brain, and creates in the conscious mind, the sensation of light.
A large size of the eyeball in childhood glaucoma. A glass or plastic shell to oftalmoloico a normal eye. O ften used to treat macular edema and proliferative retinopathy; involves shrinking the abnormal blood vessels, or sealing the leaking ones. They appear as specks of various shapes and sizes, threadlike strands or cobwebs.