Cure Eye Floaters Naturally

Eye Floaters No More

Eye Floaters (Also known as Eye Flashes) are deposits of various sizes and shapes that float within the eye. They are caused by degenerative changes of the vitreous humour the clear gel that fills the eyeball. Eye infections, inflammation, wounds and damage to the eye can lead to eye floaters. A sudden increase in floaters can be one of the first signs of retinal detachment or other severe eye conditions. In Eye Floaters No More, you'll discover: How to finally get rid of your stressful eye floaters, blocks of vision, the flashing lights using a safe, natural and easy system. Eliminate your annoying eye floaters from the comfort of your home. How to prevent more eye floaters from forming. How to find out if your eye floaters are a sign of other eye conditions. Easy, natural ways to drastically improve your vision. Read more here...

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Implants for retinal detachment surgery

A retina detached from its source of nutrition in the choroidal circulation ceases to be sensitive to light. The choroid is the vascular layer between the retina and the sclera (Fig. 1). In cases of retina detachment, the surgeon must reattach the retina to restore vision. Retinal detachment could result from traction of a retracting vitreous humor or from seepage of liquefied vitreous through a retina hole between the retina and the choroid. Retina surgeons can often restore vision to these eyes with vitreous implants and scleral buckling materials (Refojo, 1986b) (Fig. 6),

CAIs In Macular Edema Macular Degeneration And Related Ocular Pathologies

Optic nerve blood flow is diminished in the eyes of primary open-angle glaucoma suspects and patients (Pilts-Seymour et al. 2001). Because sulfonamides with CAI properties act as vasodilators (Supuran and Scozzafava 2000), this might explain the use of such drugs for treating retinal edema and age-related macular degeneration. In consequence, these pharmacological agents represent a new approach for improving visual function. Retinal edema (also referred to as cystoid macular edema) consists of a swelling process within the critically important central visual zone, and might develop in association with a variety of ocular conditions, such as diabetic retinopathy, ischemic retinopathies, intraocular surgery (such as cataract procedures) or laser photocoagulation (Cox et al. 1988 Grover et al. 1997 Sponsel et al. 1997 Barnes et al. 2000). It is also common in patients affected by retinitis pigmentosa, a hereditary disorder leading to total blindness (Orzalesi et al. 1993). The precise...

Overview of Carotenoid Function in the

The Eye Disease Case-Control (EDCC) study was the first large-scale study to provide epidemiological evidence that lutein and zeaxanthin may protect against age-related macular degeneration (ARMD), the leading cause of blindness among the elderly in the developed world. This study assessed participants' carotenoid levels through serum assays and food frequency questionnaires, and they reported that individuals who have high intakes of lutein and zeaxanthin have 43 lower rates of the wet form of ARMD (20,21). Subsequent studies by others have not confirmed such a large protective effect (22), but the EDCC data was compelling enough to launch a large-scale industry in the United States promoting supplements containing lutein and or zeaxanthin to individuals at risk for visual loss from ARMD. The recent Age-Related Eye Disease Study (AREDS) has demonstrated that an antioxidant supplement combination containing high levels of zinc, vitamin E, vitamin C, and -carotene can slow the...

Overview of Carotenoid Function in the Skin

Epidemiological and experimental studies show that a high dietary intake of foods rich in carotenoids could protect against many diseases besides macular degeneration, including cancer (69-71), cardiovascular diseases, and numerous pathological conditions linked to damage by oxygen-based free radicals (72,73). In the skin, carotenoids function as antioxidants scavenging free radicals (74), singlet oxygen (75,76), and other harmful reactive oxygen species (77) that are all formed as a by-product of normal metabolism and by excessive exposure of skin to ultraviolet (UV) light or sunlight.

Ha Degradation In Vivo Is A Prerequesite For Angiogenesis

The occurrence of high levels of HA in avascular tissues, such as cartilage and vitreous humour, and at relatively avascular sites, such as the desmoplastic region of invasive tumours, suggests that extracellular matrix HA also inhibits angiogenesis in vivo (16). The recent report that vascularisation of cartilage, in vivo, requires prior degradation of its HA matrix, gives added support to this hypothesis (12). Furthermore, in vivo studies indicate that high concentrations of exogenous macromolecular hyaluronan can inhibit neovascularization during granulation tissue formation (21,48) or induce regression of the immature capillary plexus in the developing chick limb bud (Table.3) (49). In contrast, exogenous OHA has consistently stimulated angiogenesis in different in vivo models, including the chick chorioallantoic membrane assay (23) both wound healing and graft models (50,51, West et al., in preparation), and after subcutaneous implantation or topical application (52). Using the...

Viscosurgery A Viscosurgical Use in the

The concept and the early experiments using elastoviscous hyaluronan, and the development of the first purified preparation to replace the vitreus after surgery and to be used as a 'soft tool' to manipulate the retina in retinal detachment surgery as well as to be used as a viscoelastic protector of the corneal endothelium in corneal transplantation, were the work of the author and his co-investigators (7,8) and a group of eye surgeons, who carried out the first clinical trials in the late 1960s and early 1970s (9-12). By the end of the 1970s the use of the first highly purified, non-inflammatory fraction of Na-hyaluronan, NIF-NaHA (manufactured under the trade name Healon , Biotrics, Inc., Arlington, MA) in retinal surgery and to protect the corneal endothelium during corneal transplantation was well established (13). At the same time the increasing use of intraocular plastic lenses to replace cataractous lenses was slowed down by the problem presented by accidental contact of the...

Viscoaugmentation A Hyaluronan Gels

Tissue engineering with viscoelastic hyaluronan focused first on its use as a tissue filler or tissue augmentator (viscoaugmentation). Unlike collagen and non-biological tissue fillers, hyaluronan is an extremely elastic molecule and as such provides elasticity to the intercellular spaces into which it is injected. Hylan B gel was first used for viscoaugmentation of the vitreus after retinal detachment surgery, and later for correcting facial wrinkles and depressed scars for vocal cord augmentation in glottal insufficiency and augmentation of the connective tissue in sphincter muscles to treat urinary incontinence.

TABLE 515 Light Colored Spots in the Fundi

Drusen are yellowish round spots that vary from tiny to small. The edges may hard, as here, or soft. They are haphazardly distributed but may concentrate at the posterior pole. Drusen appear with normal aging but may also accompany various conditions, including age-related macular degeneration.

Retinal Degeneration and ABCA4 ABCR

Rod Photoreceptors

In addition to the monogenic STGD, ABCA4 mutations have been described in the autosomal recessive diseases cone-rod dystrophy (CRD) 152, 153 and retinitis pigmentosa (RP) 152, 154-156 , which are both genetically and clinically heterogeneous disorders. Cone-rod dystrophy mainly displays cone degeneration, whereas retinitis pigmentosa affects predominantly rod photoreceptors. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the leading cause of severe central visual impairment among the elderly, is the fourth disease state associated with ABCA4 dysfunction. The disease is also characterized by progressive accumulation of large quantities of lipofuscin with retinal pigment epithelial cells and delayed dark adaptation 157 . Athough AMD is strongly influenced by environmental factors such as smoking, heterozygous mutations in ABCA4 have been proposed to increase the susceptibility to develop AMD. Thus, the two most frequent AMD-associated ABCA4 variants D2177N and G1961E, increase the risk of...

Genetic Studies in Aging Brain

Another successful method to delineate potential causal susceptibility genes is linkage analysis using a genome-scan approach. A current strategy is to employ markers termed microsatellite markers comprised of polymorphisms that likely represent random genetic variations 84 . Microsatellite maps have been generated that span the entire genome 86 , and several studies have used linkage-based approaches to find candidate genes in age-related paradigms, including AD and Parkinson's disease (PD) 87-89 . Genome-wide linkage studies of aging cohorts have also been performed for macular degeneration of the eye 90-92 . Comparative studies across phyla have also been utilized to identify genetic changes associated with the aging process 93 , 94 . Moreover, employing animal models to study senescence avoids some of the aforementioned confounds of evaluating genes associated with aging in humans.

Scleral Buckling Materials

Scleral buckling materials for retinal detachment surgery must be soft and elastic. Solid silicone rubber and silicone sponge have been used successfully. More recently an acrylic hydrogel made of a copolymer of 2-hydroxyethyl acrylate with methyl acrylate has become available. It may improve the already relatively small rate of infection resulting from the use of the sponge and the potential for long-term pressure necrosis of the more rigid solid silicone rubber implants (Refojo, 1986b).

Intracapsular Extraction

The advantage of this intracapsular technique was that it removed the entire lens without leaving any remnants. There was clear passage of light from the anterior corneal surface to the retina, although the light was not fully focused because the refractive power of the lens was removed along with the cataract. The disadvantages of this method were (1) the greater potential for vitreous disruption (vitreous loss) (2) the higher incidence of retinal detachment (3) the higher incidence of fluid accumulations in the central region of the retina, the macula (aphakic cystoid macular edema) and (4) the greater instability of the internal ocular milieu. Because of these complications, other types of cataract surgery were adopted.

Extracapsular Extraction

Advantages of the extracapsular technique are related to maintenance of an intact posterior capsule. An eye with an intact capsule has greater internal stability and lower incidence of retinal detachment and cystoid macular edema. The major consequence of the procedure, however, is that the posterior capsule can become hazy or opacified in the late postoperative period. Epithelial cells in the equatorial zones of the lens that are not removed during cataract surgery proliferate, undergo metaplasia, and migrate along the capsule to reside in the axial zone of the eye. This reduces vision, and an additional procedure is required to create an opening in the capsule.

Fluorescein angiography of the fundus

Hyperfluoresence is the term used whenever fluorescence is increased in an area either due to leakage, as in macular oedema, or due to a window defect that allows the choroidal fluorescence to show through an atrophic retina, as in macular degeneration. It can show as an area of pooling, as in pigment epithelial detachment (Rabb et al. 1978 Gass 1997).


Noninvasive assessment of carotenoids in the eye and skin has provided a wealth of data for the carotenoid research community, and additional epidemiological evidence in support of the role of carotenoids in preventing chronic disease is eagerly awaited. As these devices are further validated and as they enter common clinical usage, they are likely to have an important role in early diagnosis of individuals at risk for many debilitating disorders such as age-related macular degeneration and skin malignancies. Preliminary data suggest that these techniques will also be very promising for use in population studies, and employment of these technologies can be envisioned in case-control studies, large cohort studies, randomized diet intervention trials, and trials testing behavioral interventions at the population level. If this approach can be validated as a reproducible and valid biomarker of fruit and vegetable intake that is predictive of risk of chronic disease, then it is...

Intraocular Lymphoma

When intraocular lymphoma (IOL) is present at diagnosis, there is usually concomitant cerebral involvement. If WBXRT is being used in the primary treatment, the eyes should also be included in the irradiation field. The long term side-effects of orbital irradiation include the development of cataracts, retinal detachment, and optic nerve atrophy. High-dose intravenous MTX alone can achieve therapeutic concentrations in the vitreous humour.65 One study reported a complete response in four of five patients with IOL treated with this approach.66 This suggests that orbital XRT can be deferred in patients with stable visual findings who receive MTX. One approach is to assess for persistent disease after four cycles of chemotherapy. If IOL is still detected, then orbital irradiation can be administered.

Vitamin A Metabolism

For vitamin A (retinol) or to an inability to convert retinol to retinal. Liver disease, such as that caused by alcohol abuse, decreases the synthesis of protein. Zinc supplementation has been shown to be helpful in preventing macular degeneration and may be involved in the oxidation of retinol to retinal.7 An early hypothesis for this finding is based upon the competition of alcohol with retinol for the enzyme alcohol dehydrogenase, which is necessary for oxidation of retinol to retinal and to retinoic acid. Zinc is a cofactor of many alcohol dehydrogenases. However, the dehydrogenase that oxidizes retinol is zinc independent.8,9 It is possible that one of the other enzymes that is involved in the visual cycle is also zinc independent,10 or that zinc is a cofactor of one of the enzymes that catalyzes the production of the carrier proteins of vitamin A. Zinc plays a key role in protein and DNA synthesis.


The original development of HA as a product to be used in clinical medicine is entirely due to Endre Balazs. He derived the main concepts and was the first to prepare HA samples that were of sufficient purity to be tolerated. During the 1950s Balazs concentrated his research on the composition of the vitreous body and started to experiment with vitreous substitutes to be used in surgery of retinal detachment. He introduced the term viscosurgery for these medical applications. One of the crucial obstacles for using HA in implants was to prepare HA free of impurities that could cause inflammatory reactions. Balazs solved this problem, and his final preparation was called NIF-NaHA (noninflammatory fraction of sodium hyaluronate). In 1970 Rydell and Balazs injected HA in the arthritic joints of racehorses with a dramatic positive effect on the clinical symptoms. Two years later, Balazs convinced Pharmacia AB in Uppsala to start production of HA for veterinary and human use. Ten years...

Diet Healthy Eyes

To maintain good eyesight foods rich in vitamins A, C, E, riboflavin, selenium, and zinc should be consumed. All these nutrients are important for vision and are supplied by a balanced diet with generous amounts of fruits and vegetables, such as carrots, cantaloupe, oranges, and broccoli. Generous intake of antioxidant nutrients (see pp. 115) over a lifetime may help prevent cataract, the most common cause of impaired vision in older adults.1 Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a common cause of vision impairment in older people, and the risk of AMD can be reduced by a diet high in antioxidants, ca-rotenoids, and zinc.2 3 Nutrient supplementation may help correct minor eye troubles such as dry, burning, itchy eyes and eyestrain.

Intracranial Injury

Retinal hemorrhages are strongly suggestive of abuse when accompanied by intracranial injuries and in the absence of a confirmed history of severe accidental injury. Unilateral or bilateral retinal hemorrhages are present in 7590 of cases of shaken baby syndrome (36). Retinal hemorrhages can also be found after severe closed chest injury, asphyxia, coagulation disorders, carbon monoxide poisoning, acute hypertension, sepsis, meningitis, and normal birth (usually disappearing by 2 weeks, rarely persisting to 6 weeks). When shaking injuries are suspected, retinal examination is essential and should include direct and indirect ophthalmoscopy preferably by an ophthalmologist. Subhyaloid hemorrhages and local retinal detachment occur earliest, are often peripheral, and are found only by indirect ophthalmology. When intraocular injury is present, subdural hemorrhage is likely, and the presence of retinal detachment and multiple hemorrhages may indicate additional cerebral lacerations or...

Symptom Of Pelopsia

Palinopsia Examples

Visual (pseudo)hallucinations are much more common than visual agnosias or visual hemineglect. Specific questioning about pseudohallucinations will often elicit a positive response, especially in patients with migraine and visual aura. A particularly pronounced form of pseudohallucination occurs in the so-called Charles Bonnet syndrome, named after the Swiss naturalist who first described it. Patients with advanced visual loss, as in age-related macular degeneration, can experience hallucinations in the blind areas of their central visual field. Neural activity in higher visual centers becomes independent of input through the usual afferent pathways, and can lead to the recall of complex visual memories of past scenes and events that seem to fill in the missing areas of vision. History taking from these patients requires tact. Many are reluctant to describe their experiences, or fear that the images are a sign of impending madness. An explanation of the source of the problem can...

The Snellen chart

Number of letters, as compared with earlier charts with only one or two letters for the 6 60 and 6 36 visual acuity lines, and a large number of letters for the 6 6 and smaller visual acuity lines. Third, the spacing between letters is proportional to the letter size, while the older acuity charts had unequal spacing between letters. Finally, the change in visual acuity from one line to another is in equal logarithmic steps, where there were very small changes for different lines at the small-letter end and rather large changes for the big-letter end of the older charts. This new eye chart permits more precise definition of visual acuity, especially at levels of diminished visual acuity. It is thus used in the current UK national study of photodynamic therapy in age related macular degeneration (TAP study group 1999 Bames et al. 2004). In addition, new methods of scoring responses to this type of visual acuity chart can provide greater sensitivity and reliability of measure. The ETDRS...

Vitreous Implants

Vitreous implants are desirable in certain difficult cases of retinal detachment surgery (Refojo, 1986b). Physiological saline solution, air and other gases, as well as a sodium hyaluronate solution frequently are injected into the vitreous cavity during virtreoretinal surgery. These fluids may perform well as a short-term vitreous substitute. For long-term vitreous replacement, however, the only substance used at this time, and with variable results, is silicone oil of high viscosity (1,000 to 12,500 centistokes) and for short-term vitreous replacement, perfluorocarbon compounds of low viscosity. The main problem with long-lasting intravitreous implants is tolerance. Retinal toxicity, oil em unification, glaucoma, and corneal clouding are some of the complications of permanent vitreous implants. These complications may be avoided by removing the implant after choroidal-refinal adhesion has been achieved, but implant removal involves further surgery, is difficult to achieve...

Surgical Adhesives

However, in die unique case of the cyanoacrylate surgical adhesives, the monomers are applied directly to the tissues and almost instantaneously polymerize and adhere tenaciously to the tissues. The cyanoacrylate adhesives have been used in many diverse applications in the eye but have been particularly useful in cornea perforation and ulcers as well as in gluing artificial epithelium to the corneal surface and repairing retinal detachments (Refojo etal1971),

Clinical Findings

Among the first clinical signs of HV is the appearance of peripheral and mid-peripheral dot- and blot-like hemorrhages in the retina, which are best appreciated with indirect ophthalmoscopy and scleral depression.3031 In more severe cases of HVS, dot, blot, and flame-shaped hemorrhages can appear in the macular area, and may be accompanied by retinal edema and visual disturbance. Although visual acuity usually improves with plasmapheresis treatment, irreversible visual loss has been reported.32 Some patients with HVS show papilledema and markedly dilated and tortuous veins with focal constrictions, predominantly at the arterio-venous junctions (i.e., venous sausaging). Other clinical findings associated with HVS can include intraretinal exudates resulting from more severe leakage from retinal vessels and retinal detachments.33 Fluorescein angiography may be helpful in cases of intraretinal exudates in identifying areas of leakage.

Failure Analysis

Fluid filling the space between cornea and vitreous HUMOUR of vertebrate eye. The iris and lens lie in it. Much like cerebrospinal fluid in composition. Continuously secreted by ciliary body, and drained by canal of Schlemm into blood. Much . less viscous than vitreous humour. Links circulatory system to lens and cornea, neither having blood vessels for optical reasons also maintains intraocular pressure.

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