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Tipos cataratas

Tipos cataratas

Una enfermedad que pueda causar la perdida visual permanente: Degeneracion Macular Asociada a la Edad (DMAE) #degeneracionmacular #DMAE

enfermedad ocular crónica y progresiva causada por el daño en el tejido macular lo largo del tiempo que provoca cicatrices permanentes en el ojo

¿Sabes cómo funciona el ojo? | #SaludVisual #Infografia

Eso de mirar es cuestión compleja, pues es un trabajo en equipo en el que intervienen cerebro y ojos, ambos se conectan para ver, de día y de noche. “...

Review of Ophthalmology® > Recognizing the ‘White Dot’ Syndromes": Part one of a two-part review of inflammatory chorioretinopathies of unknown with a printable table of these and all of the conditions described at the end of the article

Review of Ophthalmology® > Recognizing the ‘White Dot’ Syndromes": Part one of a two-part review of inflammatory chorioretinopathies of unknown with a printable table of these and all of the conditions described at the end of the article

Coats Disease.... The white spots in the image are what doctors call exudates. This is the fluid that leaks from the blood vessels and end up surrounding around the retina.

Coats Disease.... The white spots in the image are what doctors call exudates. This is the fluid that leaks from the blood vessels and end up surrounding around the retina.

Structures within the anterior chamber angle from posterior to anterior: "I Can See The Stupid Line" - Iris, CB, SS, TM, SC, Schwalbe's Line

Structures within the anterior chamber angle from posterior to anterior: "I Can See The Stupid Line" - Iris, CB, SS, TM, SC, Schwalbe's Line

Resultado de imagen para giant papillary conjunctivitis

Resultado de imagen para giant papillary conjunctivitis

Aniridia is the absence of the iris. This usually occurs in both eyes. It can be congenital or caused by a penetrant injury. Congenital aniridia is not just an isolated defect in iris development but is a panocular disorder with macular and optic nerve hypoplasia, cataract, andcorneal changes.

Aniridia is the absence of the iris. This usually occurs in both eyes. It can be congenital or caused by a penetrant injury. Congenital aniridia is not just an isolated defect in iris development but is a panocular disorder with macular and optic nerve hypoplasia, cataract, andcorneal changes.

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