Treacher Collins Syndrome

Treacher Collins syndrome is a rare genetic congenital condition that causes abnormal growth of facial tissues and bones. It tends to run in families and gets passed with an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern. Symptoms of Treacher Collins ...

Alagille syndrome

Alagille syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects the liver, heart, kidneys, and other systems of the body. Problems associated with the disorder generally become evident in infancy or early childhood. The disorder is inherited in an autosomal ...

Noonan Syndrome

We cover Noonan syndrome pictures, symptoms, causes and treatment in detail in this article. What is Noonan syndrome ? Noonan syndrome is a genetic disorder, which affects the normal growth of different parts of body. Unusual facial formation, ...

Blurred vision

Blurred vision is a condition that results in diminished or absent sharpness in the normal vision, which prevents affected individuals from observing the minute details of all objects. Identification of all things and objects may become difficult ...

Blocked tear ducts

A partial or a total obstruction in the tear drain duct system results in watery and irritated eyes. Nearly 20% of newborns have blocked ducts which are present at birth, but usually get corrected within one year on their own. Adults may get ...

Blepharitis

What is blepharitis ? Blepharitis is a medical disorder that leads to inflammation of the eyelids. Blepharitis normally occurs on the outer end of the eyelids, where there is growth of eyelashes. Blepharitis is sometime known by another name, ...

Optical Migraine

What is optical migraine ? Optical migraine is a condition that results temporary loss of vision or disruption of sight in one of the eyes. The condition may form along with headaches or may prelude them. Other names for optical migraines are ...

Floaters in the eye

What are eye floaters ? Condensation or deposits in the vitreous jelly of eyes are referred to as eye floaters. It is a term that people use to describe and experience when they see floating spots in their sight while looking around. Individuals ...

Lower Eyelid Twitch

  Lower eyelid twitch, also termed as myokymia, is very common and could occur at any time of the day. Most of the twitching lasts only for a few seconds, and even though it may seem that the muscle spasm is visibly obvious to others, the ...

Swollen Optic Nerve

A swollen optic nerve can happen due to variety of reasons and may result in partial or complete loss of vision. People suffering from an inflamed optic nerve may also feel some pain along with vision problems. Individuals who are afflicted ...
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