Suddenly seeing flashes of light, floating specks, shadows or other strange vision problems may be signs of a torn retina that needs to be treated.
Eye examinations are important for detecting conditions early in childhood.
Glaucoma refers to a group of diseases that cause optic nerve changes and can result in vision loss. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Keratoconus is a progressive degeneration of the cornea. As the cornea becomes thinner and changes to a cone-like shape, vision becomes blurry.
Poorly managed diabetes can cause several diabetic eye diseases—including diabetic retinopathy, diabetic macular edema, cataracts and glaucoma. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
A corneal abrasion is a trauma or tear to the delicate tissue on the outermost layer of the eye. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Uveitis is a potentially serious condition that produces inflammation inside the eye and can destroy essential eye tissues and lead to blindness.
A cataract is a clouding of the eye lens, which is normally clear. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Adult strabismus is a condition in which eyes wander to one side, cross, or are higher or lower than the other. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Eye cancer is a rare form of cancer that often begins elsewhere in the body before taking root in the eyes. Learn about symptoms and treatment.