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CRANIAL NERVES ------- Optic nerve (CN 2), sensory only. Receptors in the retina (rods & cones) synapse with bipolar cells, which synapse with ganglion cells. Ganglion cells form optic nerve. Crossover at optic chiasm. Tags: skull, brain, eye, anatomy, dissection, human, body, health, nature, science, biology

CRANIAL NERVES ------- Optic nerve (CN sensory only. Receptors in the retina (rods & cones) synapse with bipolar cells, which synapse with ganglion cells. Crossover at optic chiasm.

Different kinds of glaucoma

Primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG) is an optic neuropathy resulting in visual field loss frequently associated with increased intraocular pressure (IOP).

Understanding Glaucoma anatomy poster compares normal retina vs retina with glaucoma with helpful diagnostic and treatment options. Vision chart for doctors and nurses.

Understanding Glaucoma anatomy poster compares normal retina vs retina with glaucoma with helpful diagnostic and treatment options. Vision chart for doctors and nurses.

Depending on the progression of the keratoconus, an ophthalmologist might recommend a lens such as contacts or intacs. If the condition has progressed far enough, a corneal transplant might be needed. Another treatment option is a method called collagen cross-linking. An ophthalmologist that specializes in keratoconus will best be able to choose the most effective treatment for the patient.

Depending on the progression of the keratoconus, contact lenses or Intacs might be recommended. If the condition has progressed far enough, a corneal transplant might be needed. Another treatment option is a method called corneal collagen cross-linking.

Understanding Diabetic Eye Disease: Keeping Your Sight

Protect Your Sight Infographic Visit a retina specialist annually for a dilated Retina eye exam. It's the best way to detect changes in vision

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Eye-Opening Facts About Cataracts

As the eye ages, proteins in the lens can begin to clump. This can lead to cataracts. People who develop cataracts often experience cloudy or blurred vision and discoloration in their lenses.