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Eye Conditions

The eyes are complex organs. There are many parts that must work together to produce clear vision. Read on to get a basic overview of eye anatomy and learn about common eye conditions and why you should consider booking an eye consultation with Felix today!

Eye Conditions


Due to the urgency of a potential heart attack, a doctor will likely diagnose a heart attack based on the person’s signs, symptoms,and medical history. They can also perform diagnostic testing.


A cataract is a clouding of the lens, causing blurry or color-tinted vision. People with cataracts often report “haloes” surrounding objects looking at, particularly at night. This condition is most common in older adults.

Cataracts can be removed by surgery that replaces the damaged lens with an artificial lens.

Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is gradual damage to the cells of the macula.This condition is most common in people over 60 years of age.

AMD causes blurry vision, especially in the center of the field of view. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

AMD is the most prevalent cause of blindness and vision loss in people over age 65 in the United States.


Amblyopia is commonly referred to as a “lazy eye.” It occurs when vision has not properly developed in the eyes, and the brain begins to favor the eye with better vision.

This happens if one of the eyes is blocked from producing clear images during the critical years from age birth to 6. One eye may be inhibited by problems such as a lid droop, tumor, or misaligned eyes (strabismus) that are not corrected when a child is young.

It is crucial to have an eye doctor evaluate a young child whose eyes do not align or who has vision problems to ensure that the condition is properly diagnosed and treated.

Diabetic retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy is damage to the blood vessels of the retina caused by diabetes. It causes blurred or dark spots in the field of vision and can eventually lead to blindness.

The best way to avoid these vision problems is to keep your blood sugars under control and see your eye doctor every year for a dilated eye exam. Proper care can lessen complications.

Retinal detachment or tear

When the retina separates from the back of the eye, it’s called a detached retina. It causes blurry vision and partial or complete loss of vision and should be treated as a medical emergency.

Dry eye syndrome

Dry eye is a lack of tears. It is usually due to a problem with the tear formation, tear ducts, or eyelids, or it is a side effect of certain medications. This condition can cause pain and blurry vision.

The takeaway

Eyes are complex, and it is important to know the different parts and how they function.

Knowing how each part works can help you recognize vision problems and symptoms of common eye conditions so you can get early treatment and maintain your eye health.

Reasons to See an ENT

Knowing how each part works can help you recognize vision problems and symptoms of common eye conditions so you can get early treatment and maintain your eye health.

  • Hearing
  • Adenoids and tonsils
  • Thyroid
  • Sinuses
  • Larynx
  • Mouth
  • Throat
  • Ear tubes
  • Ear surgeries
  • Cancers of the head, neck, and throat
  • Reconstructive and cosmetic surgery on the head and neck You may want to see an ENT if you have:

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Long-term (chronic) throat, ear, or sinus issues

Ear infections are one of the most common reasons why parents take kids to the doctor. ENTs usually treat them with antibiotics, but if the infections keep coming back, they may recommend surgery.

Tonsillitis is an infection of the tonsils. Again, doctors often treat it with antibiotics, but if it persists, they may recommend that you get your tonsils taken out.

Sinus problems that last more than 4 months are called chronic sinusitis. ENTs can help get to the bottom of the issue and treat the underlying problem.

Hearing loss

Hearing loss is normal as you age. But sudden hearing problems can be a sign of something more serious. Either way, an otolaryngologist will be able to figure out what’s going on and help you get any treatments you need to hear better.

An ENT is different from an audiologist. Audiologists are not doctors. They’re medical professionals who help people with tools like hearing aids and hearing protection devices. So you may see an ENT to get your hearing problem diagnosed and then see an audiologist to get fitted for hearing aids.

A lump in your neck

A lump in the neck that lasts more than 2 weeks could be a sign of mouth, throat, thyroid, or blood cancer. Cancers that start in these areas often spread to the lymph nodes in your throat first.

A lump is different from swollen lymph nodes, which can also be a sign of a serious illness but often happen due to common conditions like strep throat or an ear infection.

A child who is a heavy snorer

Snoring is common in adults but unusual in children. It may not be a sign of a serious problem, but it is best to talk to your pediatrician about whether they recommend seeing an ENT. It may be a sign of sleep apnea, which can lead to a problem with bones in the face, or bedwetting.

Problems That We Treat

Snoring is common in adults but unusual in children. It may not be a sign of a serious problem, but it is best to talk to your pediatrician about whether they recommend seeing an ENT. It may be a sign of sleep apnea, which can lead to a problem with bones in the face, or bedwetting.

Ear (otology/neurotology)—Hearing and balance are critical to how we conduct our daily lives. ENT specialists treat conditions such as ear infection, hearing loss, dizziness, ringing in the ears (called tinnitus), ear, face, or neck pain, and more.

Nose(rhinology)—Our noses facilitate breathing by helping to keep out potentially harmful dirt, allergens, and other agents. In addition to allergies, ENT specialists treat deviated septum, rhinitis, sinusitis, sinus headaches and migraines, nasal obstruction and surgery, skull-base tumors including those inside the cranial cavity, and more.

Throat (laryngology)—Disorders that affect our ability to speak and swallow properly can have a tremendous impact on our lives and livelihoods. ENT specialists treat sore throat, hoarseness, gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), infections, throat tumors, airway and vocal cord disorders, and more.

Head and Neck/Thyroid—The head and neck include some of our body’s most vital organs, which can be especially susceptible to tumors and cancer. In addition to cancers of the head and neck, ENT specialists treat benign neck masses, thyroid disorders such as benign and malignant tumors, Grave’s disease, enlarged thyroid glands, parathyroid disease, and more.

Sleep—Being able to breathe and sleep well through the night has an impact on the way we experience life and perform our work. ENT specialists treat sleep-disordered breathing, nasal and airway obstruction, snoring and sleep apnea, and more.

Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery—Facial trauma and the resulting change in appearance caused by an accident, injury, birth defect, or medical condition side effect can be distressing. ENT specialists in facial plastic surgery treat cleft palates, drooping eyelids, hair loss, ear deformities, facial paralysis, trauma reconstruction, head and neck cancer reconstruction, and cosmetic surgery of the face.

Pediatrics—Children and their developing bodies and senses often need special attention. ENT specialists treat birth defects of the head and neck, developmental delays, ear infection, tonsil and adenoid infection, airway problems, asthma and allergy, and more.

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Allergy: These doctors treat environmental allergies (like pollen or pet dander) with medicine or a series of shots called immunology. They also can help you find out if you have a food allergy.

Facial and reconstructive surgery:These doctors do cosmetic surgery like face lifts and nose jobs. They also help people whose looks have been changed by an accident or who were born with issues that need to be fixed.

Head and neck:If you have a tumor in your nose, sinuses, mouth, throat, voice box, or upper esophagus, this kind of specialist can help you.

Laryngology these doctors treat diseases and injuries that affect your voice box (larynx) and vocal cords. They also can help diagnose and treat swallowing problems.

Otology and neurotology if you have any kind of issue with your ears, these specialists can help. They treat conditions like infections, hearing loss, dizziness, and ringing or buzzing in your ears (tinnitus).

Pediatric ENT: Your child might not be able to tell their doctor what’s bothering them. Pediatric ENTs are specially trained to treat youngsters, and they have tools and exam rooms designed to put kids at ease.

Common problems include ear infections, tonsillitis, asthma, and allergies. Pediatric ENT’s also care for children with birth defects of the head and neck. They also can help figure out if your child has a speech or language problem.

Rhinology: These doctors focus on your nose and sinuses. They treat sinusitis, nose bleeds, loss of smell, stuffy nose, and unusual growths.

Sleep medicine: Some ENT’s specialize in sleep problems that involve your breathing, for instance snoring or sleep apnea. Your doctor may order a sleep study to see if you have trouble breathing at times during the night.

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