ARTICOLI CORRELATI

What is measles?

Measles is an infectious disease caused by a virus of the genus morbillivirus (family Paramyxovidae). Highly contagious, it is a disease that is called “childhood” since-along with chickenpox, whooping cough,

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: what is it?

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a disease of the respiratory system characterized by irreversible airway obstruction, varying in severity. The disease (known in English as Copd, Chronic obstructive pulmonary

Narrative medicine (preview)

Nowadays very often physicians identify patients no longer by their actual name, but by the room number in which they reside and perhaps the condition from which they suffer. It

Bronchiectasis

Bronchiectases are irreversible dilatations of airway tracts (bronchi) due to lesions of the bronchial walls.   The most common cause is severe or repeated respiratory infections, often in people with

Blocked carotid arteries: when to intervene?

Obstruction of the carotid arteries (they carry blood and oxygen to the brain) can be treated with medication or by resorting to surgery. Tips for “cleaning” the vessels and preventing

The empowerment of the diabetic patient

When we talk about empowerment, we are basically talking about a slow and progressive process of health literacy, that is, an action of spreading a social concept of health, where all people have the right, but also the duty, to be well informed about health issues and the diseases that affect them.

Peripheral arteriopathy obliterans: what is it?

Peripheral arteriopathy obliterans or peripheral arterial occlusive disease is a medical condition in which there is a localized obstructive lesion downstream of the renal arteries, with hypoperfusion of the lower

What are the causes of cystitis?

The causes of cystitis (reasons why the bladder becomes inflamed), are many. We will discuss only cystitis from infectious causes and, specifically, bacterial cystitis, the most frequent and the most

Treatment of amblyopia – lazy eye

ambliopia

The term amblyopia, or more commonly “lazy eye,” denotes that condition in which there is a greater reduction in visual acuity (i.e., quality of vision) in one eye than in the other.

Amblyopia is usually unilateral (affecting only one eye), but it can also occur bilaterally (i.e., affecting both eyes).

The treatment that is used in our Center aims to maximize the performance of the amblyopic subject through:

  • Use of eyeglasses – the lenses progressively stimulate the eyes to have an increasingly better quality of vision.

  • Conducting visual skills enhancement sessions – the training aims to stimulate the lazy eye to work in a coordinated and simultaneous manner with the other eye, through specific visual training techniques.

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PATOLOGIE CORRELATE

Amblyopia

Amblyopia, more commonly known as “lazy eye,” is a disease of the visual apparatus characterized by reduced vision in one eye due to abnormal visual development early in life. The

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a serious eye disease that can cause blindness, mainly due to increased pressure inside the eye that damages the optic nerve. The disease can occur at any age,

Sjögren’s syndrome

Sjögren’s syndrome is a chronic autoimmune-based systemic disease that causes malfunction of various exocrine secreting glands (i.e., those that spill secreted material onto the surface of the tissue in which

Keratitis

Keratitis is an ocular condition caused by inflammation of the cornea, the transparent membrane that lines the central anterior part of the eye, at the iris and pupil, and that

Myopia

Myopia is a refractive defect in which the image of distant objects is formed in front of the retina, rather than on the retina itself, making vision indistinct, while vision

Astigmatism

Astigmatism is an imperfection in the curvature of the cornea-the transparent convex membrane that forms the anterior portion of the eyeball’s fibrous tonaca-or in the shape of the lens. Normally,

Hypermetropia

Hypermetropia is an eye condition in which the eyeball is too short and does not allow proper focusing. In the farsighted eye, light rays from a distance are focused beyond

Allergic rhinitis

Allergic rhinitis is aninflammation of the mucosa lining the inner cavities of the nose (nasal mucosa).

Strabismus

Strabismus is an ocular condition characterized by misalignment of the eyes and, therefore, of the left and right visual fields, which can occur in the first 6 months after birth

Ocular tumors

Ocular tumors are rare neoplasms that can affect both adults and children and can significantly impair vision (to the point of blindness) and quality of life, as well as shorten
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