The cataract is the pathology that affects the eyes most frequently.Cataract surgery unit
Glaucoma is a degenerative disease of the optic nerve, characterized by the progressive loss of nerve fibres.Glaucoma unit
Hyperopia is an anomaly in which the eye is short, which causes the distance between the cornea and the retina to be less, and therefore loses refractive power.Refractive surgery
Myopia (nearsighted) is a pathology that is caused by a spherical refractory error in which light converges before reaching the retina and not on it, making distant vision difficult.Refractive surgery
Astigmatism is a refractive error in which there are multiple focal planes.Refractive surgery
Presbyopia or tired eyesight
Presbyopia or tired eyesight is a physiological condition that occurs with age (usually starting at the age of 40 years old), in which the eye experiences a progressive decrease in the ability to focus on nearby objects.Refractive surgery
Keratoconus is an alteration of the cornea (front and transparent external layer of the eye) due to a central thinning of it.Cornea
Dry eye syndrome
Dry eye disease (DED) is a disease that manifests itself when there is a low volume of tears, or when its composition is of poor quality.Cornea
Conjunctivitis encompasses all inflammations of the conjunctival mucosa, the transparent membrane that lines the front of the eye and the inner area of the eyelids.Cornea
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