How are they shown and where are they located?
The most frequent symptomathologies in the visual system are temporary or permanent reduction of visual acuity, sight of coloured lights, eye pain or eye heat, photophobia, dual sight (diplopia), etc.
Equipment for ophthalmological diagnose
Ophthalmological and neuroophthalmological affections are classified according to their location along the optical system and at the optical pathway, in:
|Ocular Media Diseases||Corneal Opacity - Astigmatisms - Catarats|
|Ocular Muscles Diseases||Strabismus - Oculomotor Palsy|
|Retinal Diseases||Retinal Degenerations - Retinopathies: diabetic, etc.|
|Optic Nerve Diseases||Neuritis - Glaucoma - Tumors|
|Cerebral Diseases||CVA - Tumors - Migraine - Amblyopias|