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Endophthalmitis

Endophthalmitis is a severe inflammation that occurs inside of the eye and in most cases caused by and infection.  Sterile, or Non- infectious Endophthalmitis can be caused by a variety of factors and may result from circulating toxins or severe inflammation of structures within the eye.  The two main types of infectious endophthalmitis are, endogenous… Read More


Uveitis

Uveitis is an eye condition where there is inflammation inside of the eye which originates in the part of the eye called the uvea.  Some patients may not notice symptoms of uveitis and the condition may go unnoticed for several weeks or months.  Other patients will notice the symptoms of uveitis and think they have… Read More


Retinal Detachment

A retinal attachment is an ocular emergency that requires an examination and treatment by a retina specialist.  A retinal detachment occurs when the retina pulls away from the choroid which is the part of the eye that supplies nutrients and oxygen to the retina.  There are several reasons a retinal detachment can occur. The two… Read More


Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetes’ effect on the retina is the main threat to vision in patients under the age of people under the age of 60 in the United States. Diabetes damages the retina circulatory system in the back of the eye. The capillaries in the retina weaken and may leak fluid into the retina, resulting in complications of… Read More


Flashes and Floaters

Flashes and floaters are one of the most common problems patients have when they visit a retina specialist.  Flashes and floaters can appear in one or both eyes.  Floaters can be mild or visually significant.  Flashes and floaters can be benign or a symptom of a more serious retina condition.    If you experience flashes… Read More


Macular Degeneration

There are two types of Macular Degeneration: Dry, or Non-exudative Macular Degeneration, and Wet Macular Degeneration, or Exudative Macular Degeneration.  Macular Degeneration affects the macula, which is the area of the eye that is responsible for sharp, detailed vision, color perception and intensity.  The first symptoms of Dry-AMD develop without pain and are gradual.  A… Read More


Macular Pucker

A macular pucker is also referred to as an epi-retinal membrane, this occurs when fine tissues develop on the surface of the macula causing the macular tissue to shrink and swell. When this occurs, patients may notice blurred vision and frequently notice distortion in the affected eye.  Macular pucker is a relatively common condition and… Read More


CMV Retinitis

Cytomegalovirus Retinitis (CMV Retinitis) CMV is the most common ocular infection for people with HIV. If left untreated, CMV retinitis can lead to permanent vision loss and blindness.  Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial to saving the sight of individuals diagnosed with CMV.  If you have HIV, you should have regular retinal examinations with a… Read More


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