The ability to correctly perceive an object or letter of a designated size from a distance of 20 feet; normal visual acuity.
Ability of the lens to adjust its shape for vision at various distances in order to produce a clear image on the retina.
Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma
Those of Asian and Native American descent are at higher risk for acute (angle closure) glaucoma. It occurs when the drainage system of the eye becomes blocked. It causes a sudden rise in pressure, requiring immediate, emergency medical care. The signs are usually serious and may include blurred vision, severe headaches, eye pain, nausea, vomiting
Angle Closure Glaucoma
Acute (Angle Closure) Glaucoma occurs when the drainage system of the eye becomes blocked. It causes a sudden rise in pressure, requiring immediate, emergency medical care. The signs are usually serious and may include blurred vision, severe headaches, eye pain, nausea, vomiting or seeing rainbow-like halos around lights. Occasionally, the condition may be without symptoms;
Annular Solar Eclipses
Annular solar eclipses are often described as a “ring of fire” because a thin outer layer of the sun’s disk is not completely covered by the moon when the moon passes in front of the sun as viewed from the surface of the earth. An annular solar eclipse will be visible from parts of the
Space in front portion of the eye between the cornea and the iris and lens, which is filled with aqueous humor.
Clear, watery fluid that fills the anterior chamber and the posterior chamber in the front part of the eye and provides nutrients to structures in the anterior chamber.
Aqueous Outflow Pathway
The main exit route of aqueous humor from the eye, including the trabecular meshwork and Schlemm’s canal.
Astigmatism (uh-STIG-muh-tiz-um) is a common and generally treatable vision issue when the cornea (clear part in the front of the eye) is not completely round. It is curved more like an egg, rather than round like a basketball. Astigmatism causes blurred distance and near vision. Find out more about astigmatism
Coordinated use of the two eyes to see a single fused three-dimensional image.