Eye Diseases

Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)

What is Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)?

What is Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)? Amblyopia, also known as lazy eye, is the decrease in vision that occurs in one eye or sometimes in both

double vision

What is Double Vision (Diplopia)?

What is Double Vision (Diplopia)? Double Vision (Diplopia) is the perception of more than one image of an object. Patients may experience double vision in

Uveitis

What is Uveitis?

What is Uveitis? Uveitis is known as eye inflammation and is in the class of autoimmune diseases. In other words, it occurs as a reaction

milia

What is Milia?

What is Milia? Milia are small, round, yellow-white, pearly projections around the eyes. When there is one or when naming one it is called milium,

What is Xanthelasma?

What is Xanthelasma? Xanthelasma is a type of sebaceous cyst. However, it is structurally different from cysts seen in other areas of the body. The

Glaucoma or Eye Pressure

Glaucoma or Eye Pressure Intraocular pressure increases the fluid in the eye to nourish the tissues due to a blockage in the ducts. Glaucoma or

Serotonin Syndrome

Serotonin Syndrome Serotonin Syndrome is an attack that occurs when the body receives more serotonin than it can handle and can even be life-threatening. Serotin

Horner Syndrome

Horner  Syndrome Horner ‘ s syndrome is a neurodegenerative eye disease. In this syndrome, which develops clinically in sympathetic nervous system damage, lesions occur in

What is Eye Strain?

What is Eye Strain? Asthenopia means eye strain. It is a discomfort caused by intensive or prolonged use of the eye. Generally, it does not

Eye Shake (Nystagmus)

Eye Shake (Nystagmus) Eye Shake (Nystagmus), involuntary circular movements of the eyes. He could be watching a moving vehicle. Slow phase of eye shake; the

Flying spots on Eyes

Flying spots on Eyes Blurred spots that do not affect vision but circulate. Turbidity occurs as a result of the damage to the back of

Blog Categories

Do you have a question?

We offer the best surgeries by new technology, and our doctors are always ready to provide the necessary advice before doing the procedure so that the patient is fully aware of anything we will do before the procedure.