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A dilated retinal examination using the slit lamp biomicroscope and special lenses allows checking for retinal and optic nerve disease or abnormalities and evidence of systemic diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure.

Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Age Related Macular Degeneration: The Merriam-Webster’s College Dictionary: The fields of each eye partly overlap.

Siglas y abreviaturas/Oftamología – Diccionario Académico de la Medicina

We suggest this glossary to be used in all the medical careers, as well as in courses on this specialty, due to the need of mastering the meaning of these terms for the treatment of different diseases. Dilation of the pupils with drops to allow a more thorough health evaluation of the back of the eye.

Herpes Zoster in the distribution of the ophthalmic nerve. It forms in the lens cortex, gradually extends its spokes from the outside of the lens to the center. The process may occur unilaterally or ofta,mologico, depending upon exposure.


Unilateral or bilateral partial loss of sight without any ophthalmoscopic sign. A test featuring horizontal and vertical lines, usually white on black background, used to test central visual field defects like Macular Degeneration. A type of procedure that involves removing the cloudy vitreous the clear, jelly-like substance that fills the center of the eye and replacing it with doccionario salt solution.

The leading edge of this tissue often displays a fine, reddish-brown iron deposition line Stocker’s line. Vision is typically reduced in the oftqlmologico, active phase. Test to measure the near vision using lines of different sizes. The back section of the eye’s interior.

A microscope with attached lighting for the examination of outer oftalmologicoo inner eye structures. The portion of the eye that allows us to see fine details clearly.

It is most commonly seen as it forms. Oxford University Press; Determination of the ooftalmologico refractive errors of the eye. A condition wherein the refraction varies in the different meridians of the eye.

The optic nerve is responsible for interpreting the impulses it receives into images.

Diccionario de oftalmología

Occasionally, it is idiopathic. It occurs when the colour-sensitive cone cells in the eyes do not properly pick up or send the proper colour signals to your. An evaluation of the current eyeglass prescription. Oftalologico they are within your eyes, they move as your eyes move and seem to dart away when you try to look at them directly. Closing of the eyelids by pressure. The gel like transparent fluid substance filling the posterior four fifths of the globe between the crystalline lens and retina.


Perception of the colours. A doctor of optometry but not a medical doctor. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?

Siglas y abreviaturas/Oftamología

An eye oftalmologixo which the crystalline lens is absent. A symptomatic condition of the eye in which the intraocular pressure exceeds the tolerance of the affected eye resulting in optic nerve damage and irreversible visual field defects. A Myopic person can see clearly objects upclose, but everything in the distance is blurred.

Exam technique of the angle of the anterior chamber using a corneal contact viccionario. A slight corneal opacity. The warmer the climate, the greater its prevalence. Farsightedness associated with crossing of the eyes.