How Do You Diagnose An Eye Problem?
Millions of people worldwide have experienced eye problems due to infections, irritations, injury and stress. There are innumerable kinds of eye problems. These include vision impairment, glaucoma, cataract, injury and itchiness. Normally eye problems are temporary and do not require medical attention. However, there are numerous serious eye conditions that need immediate treatment. It is possible to effectively diagnose eye problems. Allow a physician to use an ophthalmoscope and/or other opthalmic instruments to examine your eyes. These complex instruments used by physicians will help them diagnose any eye problems you may have. If you have recently injured your eye and are experiencing blurred vision; strings and spots floating in your field of vision; flashes of light in one or both eyes; and partial loss of vision, then you may have a detached retina. If you are experiencing severe pain in the eye, redness or cloudy vision, then you may have acute glaucoma. This condition is due t