Retina and Posterior Chamber

Diabetic Retinopathy
Diabetes Can Affect Vision If you have diabetes, your body is unable to use and store sugar properly. Diabetes results in increased blood sugar, excessive thirst, frequent urination as well as change...
Age-related Macular Degeneration
   Macular degeneration (AMD or ARMD) is the most common cause of blindness in the world! In this disease macular or yellow spot in the center of the retina is destroyed. The macula is the light- sens...
Eye Floaters and Flashes
   Have you ever seen little specks floating around in your vision while you’re staring at a plain background (like a blank page or blue sky), and no matter how much you blink these small shadow-like ...
Color Blindness (Color Vision Deficiency)
  Do you have difficulty telling if colors are blue and yellow, or red and green?These are the primary signs of color vision deficiency.Contrary to popular belief, color blind people rarely see only i...
Retinal Detachment
  The retina is a thin layer of light sensitive neural tissue, which is present inside the posterior part of the eye and converts light rays into the neural signals and sends them to the brain. Theref...
Retinopathy in Premature Infants
Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) which is also called Retrolental Fibroplasia can cause blindness. In the past, this disease was caused due to high amounts of oxygen used in incubators. However, nowad...
Vitreous Hemorrhage
   The vitreous humor is a jelly-like, clear avascular liquid that fills up to two thirds of the eyeball total space. It has a volume of approximately 4 ml in adults.The vitreous humor is 99 percent w...
Retinitis Pigmentosa
   What is Retinitis Pigmentosa? Pigmented retinitis or RP is the name given to a group of rare eye diseases in which retinal rod-photoreceptor cylindrical cells are involved with or without cone pho...