Many people believe long sightedness to be the straightforward opposite of short sightedness. While to a certain extent this is true, the difference between long and short sightedness is a little more complex than long sightedness simply being able to see in the distance and not up close, and short sightedness being vice versa. To […]
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Glaucoma is an eye disease characterised by progressive damage to the optic nerve of the eye. It can occur in just one eye and not the other, or be present in both eyes but more advanced in one compared to the other. The optic nerve is responsible for carrying the signals received by the sensory […]
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Age related macular degeneration is an eye disease with the potential to cause blindness. In fact, in Australia, it is considered to be the leading cause of legal blindness, contributing to half of all cases in our country. Unfortunately, even with retinal surgery, the loss of vision from macular degeneration cannot be completely reversed or […]
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Our eyelids serve a few functions. One is to protect the delicate eye from dirt, debris, and even incoming projectiles such as a wayward snapped rubber band. Another function is to keep the surface of the eye well lubricated for the purposes of both eye health and good vision by containing various glands that secrete […]
The retina is the light-sensing tissue lining the inside of the eye. Made up of ten layers of different types of cells, the retina is crucial for vision. Any damage to this structure from trauma or disease, including a severe retinal tear, can cause permanent loss of vision in that particular part of the eye. […]
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