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Blepharitis Inflammation of the eyelids causing redness, itching, and irritation along the eyelid margins.

Blurry Vision Reduced sharpness or clarity of vision, making objects appear out of focus or indistinct.

Cataracts Clouding of the eye's natural lens, leading to blurry vision, glare, and reduced color perception.

Contact Lenses Thin corrective lenses placed directly on the eye's surface to improve vision, providing an alternative to glasses.

Diabetic Eye Disease Eye complications resulting from diabetes, including diabetic retinopathy, macular edema, and cataracts, which can lead to vision loss if left untreated.

Double Vision Seeing two overlapping images of a single object, often caused by misaligned eyes or neurological issues.

Dry Eyes Insufficient tear production or poor tear quality, causing discomfort, redness, and a gritty sensation in the eyes.

Chalazion/Stye Painful lumps or swellings on the eyelid resulting from blocked oil glands (chalazion) or infected hair follicles (stye).

Eye Infection Bacterial, viral, or fungal invasion of the eye or surrounding tissues, causing redness, discharge, pain, and vision changes.

Eye Allergies Allergic reactions affecting the eyes, leading to itching, redness, tearing, and swelling.

Eye Injuries Trauma or damage to the eye, ranging from minor scratches to severe injuries that can lead to vision loss.

Farsightedness A refractive error where distant objects are seen more clearly than nearby objects due to the eyeball being too short or the cornea having too little curvature.

Nearsightedness A refractive error where close objects are seen more clearly than distant objects due to the eyeball being too long or the cornea having too much curvature.

Glaucoma A group of eye conditions characterized by increased pressure within the eye, leading to optic nerve damage and vision loss if untreated.

Macular Degeneration Degenerative eye disease affecting the macula, leading to central vision loss and difficulties with activities like reading and recognizing faces.

Retinal Problems Various disorders affecting the retina, such as retinal detachment, diabetic retinopathy, and age-related macular degeneration, which can lead to vision loss.

Routine Eye Exams Regular examinations to assess visual health, detect eye diseases, and determine the need for vision correction.

Strabismus A condition where the eyes are not aligned properly, causing one eye to look in a different direction than the other, leading to double vision or reduced depth perception.

Uveitis (Eye Inflammation) Inflammation of the uvea, the middle layer of the eye, leading to pain, redness, light sensitivity, and vision changes.

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