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Ophthalmology deals with the anatomy, phisiology and disease of the eyeball. Opthalmologist is a specialist in eye problems. Vision is the one of the most importent senses of the humans. Vision dependent on the optical and nural factors.
Neuro-Ophthalmology Research journal is an open access journal. This journal aims to publish most recent research and reliable information on discoveries and current developments in the mode of research articles, review articles, case reports, short communications etc in all areas of field and making them to freely available through online with no cost.
Neuro-Ophthalmology includes a wide range of topics such as neuro-ophthalmology, ophthalmology, ophthalmology surgen, optic nerve, orbit, retina, vitreous, lens, hypertensive retinopathey, glaucomas, conjunctiva, iris and ciliary body, eye tumor, neoplasma, eye allergic etc
Hemifacial fit (HFS) is portrayed by automatic one-sided contractions of the muscles innervated by the ipsilateral facial nerve, normally beginning around the eyes before advancing poorly to the cheek, mouth, and neck. Clinical examination and imaging modalities, for example, electromyography (EMG)and Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are helpful to separate HFS from other facial development issue and for intraoperative planning.
A rare condition where the movement of the eyes is slowly and symmetrically reduced. It is caused by a Mitochondrial DNA mutation in the muscle. There is an associated ptosis. Ultimately eye movement may be lost completely. There may be accompanying retinal dystrophy
Drooping or falling of the upper or lower eyelid. The hanging might be more awful in the wake of being alert longer, when the person's muscles are drained. This condition is infrequently called "apathetic eye", however that term typically alludes to amblyopia. On the off chance that sufficiently serious and left untreated, the hanging eyelid can cause different conditions, for example, amblyopia or astigmatism.
A condition portrayed by unequal pupil sizes. It is a moderately basic condition, and causes change from benign physiologic anisocoria to conceivably life-undermining crisis. Subsequently intensive clinical assessment is essential for the appropriate investigation and administration of the fundamental cause.
Optic neuritis is an aggravation that harms the optic nerve, a heap of nerve strands that transmits visual data from your eye to your cerebrum. Torment and transitory vision misfortune in one eye are basic side effects of optic neuritis.
Papilledema is a condition in which expanded force in or around the cerebrum causes the part of the optic nerve inside the eye to swell. Manifestations might be transient unsettling influences in vision, headache, nausea, or a combination.
Ischemic optic neuropathy is dead tissue of the optic disk. The main steady indication is easy vision misfortune. Investigation is clinical. Treatment is inadequate. Two assortments of optic nerve localized necrosis exist: nonarteritic and arteritic.
Eye dystonia (Blepharospasm) is uncontrollable and frequently agonizing muscle withdrawals around the eye. Indications of eye dystonia may incorporate unreasonable blinking and automatic closure of the eyelids. The cause is accepted to be wrong messages from the cerebrum to the muscles around the eye. It is a neurological development issue and ought to be analyzed and treated by an ophthalmologist or a neurologist gaining practical experience in development issue.
The word apoplexy is characterized as a sudden neurologic impedance, for the most part because of a vascular procedure. Pituitary blood vessel breakage is portrayed by a sudden onset of head ache, visual side effects, adjusted mental status, and hormonal brokenness because of intense drain or dead tissue of a pituitary organ. A current pituitary adenoma is typically present. The visual side effects may incorporate both visual sharpness impedance and visual field disability from association of the optic nerve or chiasm and visual motility brokenness from inclusion of the cranial nerves navigating the cavernous sinus.
Bells paralysis is a disorder of the facial nerve, particularly the seventh cranial nerve. This condition causes incomplete loss of motion on one side of the face, influencing the muscles of outward appearance. Now and again, corticosteroid or antiviral medications might be utilized to help in the treatment of this condition.