eye diseases

Editor of Ophthalmological Diseases

Common ophthalmic diseases include central serous retinopathy, dry eye, sympathetic ophthalmia, night blindness and blindness.Ocular structureAmblyopia, astigmatism, trachoma, cataract, diabetic retinopathy, conjunctivitis, presbyopia, color blindness, iris heterochromatosis, retinitis pigmentosa, central retinal artery occlusion, retinal detachment, myopia, hyperopia, needle eye, snow blindness, chalazion, glaucoma, flying mosquitoes, etc.

Eye is not only a "viewfinder" for us to observe the world, but also a window for us to see the health of our body in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Many problems can be reflected through the eyes. Dr. Smith, the chief investigator of the National Eye Institute, said that eyes can reflect your health.

1. Eye congestion: If the eye feels pain, you need to see a doctor to see if you are infected with a disease called scleritis. If only one eye is affected, serious problems may arise.

2. Eye swollen: Eye swollen protruding, is indicative of thyroid problems.

3. Blepharoptosis: Most of the drooping eyelids are manifestations of aging. If only one eye has drooping eyelids, or even swelling and pain, you need to see a doctor as soon as possible, because serious problems may have occurred.

4. Pupil asymmetry: Sometimes congenital, but when the volume of one of the pupils changes, it may show pupil nerve problems or brain tumors.

5. There are white spots on the iris of the eyeball: it may be corneal ulcer, usually caused by wearing contact lenses. See a doctor immediately.

6. Itches, redness and tears: These signs may indicate allergies, so try medication and cold compress.

7. Eyelid color: pink in the upper eyelid indicates good health. If red indicates dysfunction of blood, digestive organs and reproductive organs, white indicates lack of hemoglobin, anemia or blood circulation disorders, red and yellow may be the function of kidney, liver, spleen, pancreas and heart. Dysfunction.