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Common Conditions

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Cataract

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Cataract

A cataract is a natural clouding of the natural human lens. It leads to a reduction in quality of vision with symptoms of blurred vision, glare, difficulty reading and altered colour perception.

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Posterior Capsule opacification

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Posterior Capsule opacification

Over time the capsule that supports and surround the intraocular lens implant can opacify.

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Short-sightedness

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Short-sightedness

Short-sightedness, or myopia, is where patients can see up close clearly but objects in the distance appear blurred without correction.

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Long-sightedness

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Long-sightedness

Long-sightedness, or hyperopia, is where patients can see in the distance more clearly than close-up.

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Astigmatism

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Astigmatism

Astigmatism is an irregular shape to the cornea or front window of the eye.

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Presbyopia

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Presbyopia

Before the age of 45-50yrs, the eye is a ‘dynamic’ system that can change its focal point and bring objects into focus at different distances from the eye.

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Dry eye / Blepharitis / Meibomian gland disease

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Dry eye / Blepharitis / Meibomian gland disease

Dry eye is a common disorder affecting over 340million people worldwide. It tends to get worse with age and is the most common reason for people to seek ophthalmic advice. 

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Recurrent corneal erosion (RCES)

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Recurrent corneal erosion (RCES)

An intermittent, recurrent condition where the corneal surface breaks and tears causing sudden onset pain, discomfort and a watery eye.

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Keratoconus

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Keratoconus

Keratoconus is a progressive, non-inflammatory condition where the cornea becomes steeper and conical in shape.

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Pterygium

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Pterygium

Pterygium is a benign growth of vascular tissue under the superficial white layer (conjunctiva) of the eye.

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Fuchs Dystrophy

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Fuchs Dystrophy

In Fuchs dystrophy, the inner layer of corneal cells (endothelium) is faulty resulting in a cloudy, swollen cornea.

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