3 October, 2019
The manifestations of acute glaucoma are completely different to chronic glaucoma. The main difference is the presence of numerous acute glaucoma symptoms: very severe eye pain, loss of vision, photophobia and, occasionally, general malaise accompanied by nausea and reflex vomiting. The main cause of acute glaucoma is sudden and severe blockage of the aqueous humour or intraocular fluid in the anterior chamber of the eye.
31 May, 2018
I have too much skin in my upper eyelids, which makes me look tired and I look older. Is there any treatment that can help?
Redundant skin on the eyelids or dermatochalasis is very common and affects almost everyone from a certain age. This excess of skin in the upper eyelids makes the person look tired and appear older. This should be assessed by a specialist in oculoplastic surgery to rule out other associated conditions that, if not treated at the same time, could lead to unsatisfactory outcomes after surgery. The treatment for dermatochalasis is eyelid surgery or blepharoplasty, which in expert hands achieves excellent results, rejuvenating patients’ appearance. Read more…