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The Mossa Thus, they reaffirm the statistical survey by Barbosa and Martins, which for the year 2007 audited Web sites about eye floaters on their information content and thereby found that 53% of primarily commercially-oriented Internet information in terms of medicinal knowledge are deficient. The two approaches referred to in the literature against mouches volantes are the treatment by the ND: YAG laser and the vitrectomy. Laser for the treatment with the laser there are no controlled trials, only case reports with some low number of cases. Aims the laser treatment, the haze with the laser beam to Zoom out or in the presence of several small Opacities, to meet the lofty posterior vitreous boundary layer to remove the haze from the optical axis. Patients need multiple criteria (such as type, number, size, location of mouches volantes) satisfy overlook a successful treatment. Even with careful selection success rate only between 30% and 50%. Possible side effects are clouding of the crystalline lens, small retinal hemorrhage and retinal defects and withdrawals. The low number of cases can be generalizations to (Krepler/Binder, 2009; however the success rate nor the side effects Sendrowski/Bronstein, 2010). Vitrectomy which was PARS plana vitrectomy due to the high risks (retinal defects, retina withdrawals, bleeding and infection, cataract formation with high probability) rarely mouches volantes applied. Recent case studies confirm the pars plana vitrectomy, but an overwhelming success rate, when looking at patient satisfaction,. namely against 100%. Lens are both Visusverbesserungen of Visual acuity as well Visusverschlechterungen due to cataract found approx. 30%. Reducing this hoped for on the application of modern Mirkoinzisions vitrectomy (25-gauge, 23-gauge) and the retinal defects and withdrawals, still nothing can be said out, absence of studies on their effectiveness. Nevertheless it is carried floaters in patients with symptomatic mouches (Krepler/Binder, 2009; Sendrowski/Bronstein, 2010). A variant...
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Sutherlandia Eyes The disease usually presents a high fever, along with other symptoms such as severe redness in the eyes. The condition is usually treated in a hospital. Causes of eyes reddened in the elderly as we get more old, the normal function of the tissues of the eye decreases and age-related eye problems are more common. Common conditions among the elderly are presbyopia, cataracts, degeneration macular, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, and corneal scratches. Red eyes can be the result of the above conditions or blepharitis, conjunctivitis, corneal ulcers, allergies, strangers in the eye, corneal scratches objects or even medications, such as excessive use of drugs in reducing blood clots. Many older people are high users of prescription medications, and many of these have side effects. Help for eyes reddened in case that eyestrain will causes it reddened eyes, no treatment is required generally. More serious conditions from reddened eyes not clarified soon may require that you consult with an ophthalmologist. Eye drops are usually prescribed to provide relief to reddened eyes, and the eyes may need irrigation with saline solution to remove foreign bodies. If the diagnosis of conjunctivitis, avoid touching the infected area and rub the other eye because this is a very contagious condition. Natural treatments for eyes reddened holistic and natural treatments can also provide a great relief to reddened eyes. Herbal and homeopathic remedies are gentle, and can be of great advantage to promote healthy vision. Conventional treatment includes often harsh eye drops It can cause a dependency on medication as well as side effects. This is not the case with herbal remedies. Herbs such as Vaccinium myrtillus (bilberry) help to facilitate the delivery of oxygen and essential to eye food. This herb has been the subject of numerous research studies related to eye health. Aspalathus linearis (Rooibos)...

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