Eye Pain Information Center
The Central Serous Chorioretinopathy is a condition where fluid builds up under the retina of the eye. This leads to a distorted vision. Men are more likely to develop this condition than women. A common reason for developing Central Serous Chorioretinopathy is stress, although, there are many other reasons too. This condition, most of the times, gets treated on itself; however, there are other treatment options available for chronic cases which do not resolve on their own.
There are generally two types of bumps that can form on the eyeball: Pinguecula and Pterygium. A Pinguecula is a small bump that comes up on the white part of the eye, usually on the side that is closest to the nose. It is clear or yellowish in color. A pterygium is also a small bump that comes up on the white part of the eyes, but the difference from a Pinguecula is that a pterygium has tiny blood vessels within its formation. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment and prevention of eyeball bumps.
The chalazion is a lump or cyst that is bumpy and appears on the eyelid. Usually it occurs due to an obstruction that is caused to the drainage duct of an oil gland that lies within both upper and lower eyelid. Know the signs, symptoms, causes, treatment, home remedies and prevention of Chalazion Eye.
Like any surgical intervention, the surgery of glaucoma requires some recommendations and care for its postoperative period.