Proptosis Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Proptosis or exophthalmos is a term to describe the protrusion or bulging of one or both eyes. Exophthalmos is a term used more in the context of bulging eyes due to Graves disease, a condition caused by hyperthyroidism. Proptosis itself could bring forth more symptoms as explained by Earth Vision Eye Care. These include dry eyes or irritated eyes because the bulging prevents the eyelids from closing correctly. Also, with proptosis, people tend to blink less or seem to stare

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All About Wavefront Technology

Imagine light traveling in the form of a bundle of rays. Drawing lines perpendicular to the tips of this bundle of beams will yield an end product known as a wavefront map. An eye with a perfect vision produces a perfectly flat wavefront. On the other hand, an imperfect eye reveals an irregular wavefront. The distortions acquired by wavefront as it travels through a patient’s eye offer valuable information about the current vision errors and how to correct them. What

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