Addy Undergoes Cataract Surgery

So Addy stranded in California in June of 2013 and when she stranded she was massively malnourished. So she only weighed about 22 pounds when she was a year old when she should have been twice that big. At the time that she stranded they found she had a cataract in her eye and she […]

Retina Disease – Your Health in 60 – Frankfort Regional Medical Center

– I’m Dr. Irfan Ansari, I’m an ophthalmologist at the Frankfurt Regional Medical Center. Retinal diseases affect the layer of the eye which is called the Retina. Retinal diseases, as opposed to many other diseases of the eye, are much more serious and if we don’t treat these diseases, many of these patients will end […]

Eyecare: Optometrists WordPress Theme

Welcome to the world of optics. Eyecare is a WordPress theme for optical centers and professionals such as optometrists, ophthalmologists, and opticians and who perform examinations, diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases and weaknesses or are related to any profession concerned with eyes and vision. The eye is the lamp of the body. So if […]

Dr. Jimenez Discusses Retina Diseases

We have a Dr Jaime Jimenez at Southern Eye Center and Dr. Jimenez Southern Eye Center offers a wide variety of treatment options for patients were talking about retinal diseases today this can be serious what it was what are some of the symptoms? We can have a decreased vision in which can be manifested […]

Webinar: Advances in the treatment of diabetic retinopathy

Neyal Ammary-Risch: Good afternoon. This is Neyal Ammary-Risch, and I’m the director of the National Eye Health Education Program, and I’d like to welcome you to our webinar, Advances in the Treatment of Diabetic Retinopathy: Paradigm Shift in Patient Care and Education. Joining me this afternoon are my esteemed colleagues, Drs. Emily Chew and Judy […]

Top 5 things I like about losing my eyesight from the eye disease retinitis pigmentosa

By the end of this video I want you to think of one thing that you would possibly like about losing your eyesight Hi, I’m Shane and welcome back to see my way today’s topic is gonna be the top 5 things I’ve learned to like about losing My eyesight due to the eye disease […]

Development of Glaucoma Animation, Open Angle vs Angle Closure Glaucoma.

Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases in which the optic nerve is damaged leading to irreversible loss of vision. In most cases, this damage is due to an increased pressure within the eye. The eye produces a fluid called aqueous humor which is secreted by the ciliary body into the posterior chamber – a […]

Book Retinoscopy [ Sub – ENG ] – Retinoscopy part 5

Hi to everybody and welcome to OptoTubeChannel, the first Italian YouTube Channel dedicated to Optometry Today let’s talk about Book retinoscopy, a dynamic retinoscopy very intresting whose development is attributed to Apell and Getman, who used it to understand how the visual system acted during cognitive activities. So the goal is to evaluate how patient […]

Gene Therapy at Kellogg Eye Center – Zion’s Story

(soft music) – Zion was born in Tennessee. At three months old we realized he was not acting like a normal child. So we got him into a specialist and he was diagnosed with Leber congenital amaurosis. About six months ago, he had gene replacement therapy, LUXTURNA. – Zion is one of our very first […]

What is OCT Scanning? (Optical Coherence Tomography)

In our practices we use high definition Optical Coherence Tomography (or OCT) Scanning to obtain images of the structures of the eye which previously we were unable to see by conventional means. The OCT is non-invasive and does not usually require dilating drops. From the patient’s point of view all that is required is to […]