eye disease

NOUN
  1. any disease of the eye
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  • This product has lost most of its vitamins A and D, which are needed to ward off xerophthalmia (an eye disease) and rickets.
  • Lack of Vitamin A: Vitamin A deficiency can lead to dry-eye disease (xerophthalmia), night-blindness and eventually complete blindness. Chapter 4
  • Our reporter has learnt from the eye clinics of several hospitals in the city that the pink-eye disease patients increased by 10-20% this week compared with that of the same period of last year.
  • Among its side effects, Gilenya can increase a person's risk of infection and potentially lead to toxicity of the liver and an eye disease called macular edema, clinical trials have shown. Pills Offer Easier Way to Treat MS
  • Since 1994, an epidemic of an infectious eye disease called mycoplasmal conjunctivitis, which began in poultry, has wiped out 60 per cent of house finches in the eastern US. New Scientist - Online News
  • The study identifies age-related macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataract, and diabetic retinopathy as the most common eye diseases in Americans age 40 and over.
  • The clinical features of thyroid eye disease include ocular pain, photophobia, chemosis, diplopia, exophthalmos, and eye irritation.
  • An ophthalmic optician or optometrist tests for and prescribes glasses and can diagnose eye conditions, but doesn't treat eye diseases.
  • Rendered completely blind two years ago by an uncommon eye disease known as uveitis, the 36-year-old single mother of two underwent a two-hour risky, but successful surgery on her left eye two weeks ago, regaining her sight just in time to see her two-year-old daughter Aniahya's face light up for Christmas for the first time. Lead Stories from AOL
  • [2] Trachoma and other contagious eye diseases, ringworm, impetigo, scabies, favus, and pediculosis; excluded only for persistent nontreatment. Civics and Health
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