retinopathy, and cataract. More rarely occurring are nystagmus and abnormalities ofthe cornea, ciliary body, intraocular pressure, the choro idea, or the brain secondarily affecting the eyes. It is important to recognize and diagnose ophthalmologic manifestations of mitochondrial disorders as early as possible because most are accessible to symptomatic treatment with partial or complete short-term or long-term beneficial effect. Ophthalmologic manifestations of mitochondrial disorders need to be appropriately diagnosed to initiate the most effective management and guarantee optimal outcome. Some of the ophthalmology symptoms and conditions. Abnormal eye movements, some may get double vision. You may have eyelid abnormalities or Myasthenia gravis Optic nerve problems (such as optic neuritis and ischemic optic neuropathy) Thyroid eye disease or Transient visual loss, Unequal pupil size, Unexplained visual loss, Visual disturbances and Visual field loss. When you have a serious eye problem – an eye socket tumor or eyelid abnormality –you need cutting-edge care from skilled, experienced practitioners. Our team of oculoplastic surgeons specializes in the latest surgical techniques to treat problems of the orbit, or eye socket. These include issues related to the tear ducts, eyelids, eye structures and face. Orbital surgeons can also reconstruct the eye and surrounding tissues.Using minimally invasive techniques, we’re able to perform orbital surgery through the skull base, sinuses, cranium and nasal passages. These approaches allow our surgeons to access tumors and other abnormalities with smaller incisions, less scarring and faster recovery times. PART 2 Refer to the images found on the Unit 4 assignment sheet located in course resources. Please type in the CAPITAL letter of the answer only – NOT the full answer (for example: 4. C ). No references are required for this section. 3
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