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Many eye diseases are small, but some may cause serious complications if they are not treated. Eye disorders (19459004) Sometimes congenital (present at birth). (opacity of the lens) may occur in infants if the incidence of premature infarction may be an early stage of pregnancy. Very infrequently, infants are born on one or both sides with 19459003 microphthalmos (an abnormally small eye). The vision of the microphthale eye is usually very bad. Nystagmus (19459004) (uncontrolled movement in the eyes) is often congenital. Retinoblastoma is a malignant tumor of the retina that appears in early life and may occur in one or both eyes. Other congenital disorders affecting the eye include albinism (lack of pigment) and corneal and retinal dysfunctions. Infection

Conjunctivitis is the most common infection that rarely affects vision. In the late stages of neglected conjunctivitis, such as trachoma or severe bacterial conjunctivitis, vision may deteriorate. Corneal Infections are more severe and may lead to blurred vision or corneal perforation if not previously treated. Endophtalmitis (intraocular infestation), which may require surgery to remove the eye, may occur after penetration, after severe ulcers (rarely after larger ocular surgery or in other organs)

Impaired blood supply

Retinal blood vessel anxiety , blockage, inflammation or other disorders may cause partial or complete loss of vision


Choroid malignant melanoma (the layer between the retina and the sclera, which is the fibrous outer wall of the eyeball) is the most common primary malignant ocular tumor that routinely (19459004), night blindness, or keratoma (19459003) acia [1960-19004] Vitamin A deficiency (especially vitamin A deficiency) may affect the eye for dryness of the cornea and conjunctiva (19459004) (corneal softening and destruction)

Auritis (19429004)

Uveities (inflammation of the iris, choroid or ciliary body of uveal tissues) if it is an autoimmune cause due to a non-infectious agent. ankylosing spondylitis and sarcoidosis (19659002) are common

Macular degeneration of the retina is common in the elderly. It delivers a fine, detailed vision loss, although peripheral vision persists. Cataracts are common among the elderly; the exact cause is not known

Other disorders

Glaucoma is a condition that increases the pressure associated with the preservation of the normal shape of the fluid, may take different forms. If not treated, glaucoma can cause permanent vision loss. In retinal detachment, the retina is removed from the underlying (cororid) layer of the eye.

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