Eye diseases, human eye consists of a structure that allows the eye to see and aids that protect them. The structures that provide sight are the eye lens, the light receptors and the nerves. Protective structures include eyelashes, lacrimal glands, eyelids and muscles.
In this field Akademi Hospital, Department of Ophthalmology, aims to provide the best service for you using modern technological equipment, diagnosis and treatment of all types of eye diseases. Achieving better results with the modern methods used in the identification and implementation of these diagnoses and treatments and the application of correct treatment methods are our aim as Academy Hospital.
Hypermetropia: Hypermetropia occurs when the reflection of the eye (the axis) is shorter than the front to the rear (with relative to its refractive power), or when the lens is thin. For this reason, the image falls behind the retina or behind the macula. Hypermeters can see far better than close.
Astigmatism: represents a refractive anomaly in which due to uneven curvature of the cornea (front, foremost, the transparent part of the eye) leads to the appearance of not one, but rather focus light rays. This causes blurred, blurred vision observed object deformed image. By using cylindrical lenses to be a clear vision.
Myopia (nearsightedness) : in patients figure falling in front of the retina, or macula front. Patients with myopia see better images than in near distance. A clear picture is corrected using thick lenses.
Strabismus: is an anomaly and eye position of binocular vision,actually motor and sensory anomaly. Practicaly that means impossibility for simultaneous sighting of both eyes, that is, the line of sight towards the point, which is fixed, and formation of a single character by looking with both eye. Muscules that move the eye are short or long.Strabismus is corrected by surgery.
Presbytism: As you get older, the eye loses its flexibility and its ability to adapt to the eye is reduced. These people can not see comfortably. Smooth with a fine-edged lens.
Glaucoma (eye tension): There is a balance during the secretion and evacuation of the fluid in the eyes of the front and back chambers. Glaucoma is a condition in which it is difficult to maintain the normal flow of the eye water through your eye, which causes high values of the intraocular pressure within the eye and can lead to damage to the optic nerve, the deterioration of the visual field and vision loss.
With its modernized structure, we provide services to you with our expert staff and advanced technological equipments as Akademi Hospital Eye Diseases Department.