General Practitioner. Work experience in medicine - 7 years. I consider it necessary to constantly educate myself and improve my skills, I adhere to the principles of evidence-based medicine in my work, I am guided by the well-known rule "Do no harm". My credo in life is "If you want to do something well, do it yourself."

Central Serous Chorioretinopathy

Central serous chorioretinopathy is a pathology of the visual organ characterized by serous detachment of the neuroepithelial layer of the retina in combination with or without detachment of the pigment epithelium. It is clinically manifested by a decrease in visual acuity, the appearance of “spots” in front of the eyes, macro- or microphotopsias, metamorphopsias, less…

Chronic Conjunctivitis

Chronic conjunctivitis is a prolonged, persistent conjunctival catarrh of non–infectious or infectious etiology. Subjectively, chronic conjunctivitis is manifested by constant itching, burning, photophobia, a feeling of “sand” behind the eyelids, eye fatigue; objectively – hyperemia and scanty mucopurulent discharge. Diagnosis is carried out on the basis of analysis of complaints, biomicroscopy data and refraction studies,…

Choroideremia

Choroideremia is a hereditary dystrophy of the vascular membrane of the eye, which is characterized by damage to the retina, pigment epithelium and photoreceptors. The clinical picture is represented by a violation of twilight vision, a feeling of a foreign body in the eyes, headache. The progression of the disease leads to amaurosis. Diagnostics is…

Chorioretinitis

Chorioretinitis is an inflammation of the posterior choroid and retina. The main symptoms of the disease are the appearance of “flies” and “floating opacities” in front of the eyes, a violation of dark adaptation, decreased vision, photopsia, macro- and micropsia. Diagnostics is based on bacteriological seeding, ELISA, determination of C-reactive protein, gonioscopy, angiography, perimetry, ophthalmoscopy.…

Age Related Macular Degeneration

Age-related macular degeneration is an involutional dystrophic changes affecting mainly the choriocapillary layer of the vascular membrane of the eye, the retinal pigment layer and the vitreous plate located between them (Bruch’s membrane). The symptoms include distortion of straight lines, the appearance of blind spots in the field of vision, flashes of light, loss of…

Chlamydial conjunctivitis

Chlamydial conjunctivitis is an infectious lesion of the mucous membrane of the eyes with chlamydia, accompanied by acute or chronic inflammation of the conjunctiva. Chlamydial conjunctivitis occurs with swelling of the conjunctiva and transitional folds, purulent discharge from the eyes, lacrimation, pain in the eyes, follicular rashes on the lower eyelid, parotid adenopathy, eustachian phenomena.…

Chalazion

Chalazion is a benign tumor–like seal (hailstone) in the thickness of the eyelid, developing against the background of blockage and chronic inflammation of the meibomian gland. Chalazion is manifested by the presence of a nodule and swelling on the eyelid, pressure on the eyeball, irritation of the membranes of the eye, sometimes suppuration and spontaneous…

Lacrimal Sac Phlegmon

Lacrimal sac phlegmon is an acute diffuse purulent inflammation of the lacrimal sac with the spread of infection to the surrounding fiber. The disease is manifested by pain, swelling and hyperemia in the inner corner of the eye, an increase in body temperature. In the process of diagnosing the phlegmon of the lacrimal sac, the…

Orbital Cellulitis

Orbital cellulitis is a diffuse purulent inflammation of the orbital fiber. Orbital cellulitis is characterized by a severe general condition (headache, nausea, febrile fever), pulsating pain in the orbit, exophthalmos, diplopia, edema and hyperemia of the eyelids, conjunctival chemosis, decreased visual acuity, limited mobility of the eyeball. Diagnosis involves establishing a connection between the disease…

Uveitis in Children

Uveitis in children is a common name for inflammatory diseases of the vascular membrane of the eye. The main causes are systemic autoimmune diseases, infections (viral, bacterial, fungal), allergic and toxic effects on the choroid. Anterior uveitis is manifested by corneal syndrome and pain in the eye, posterior — by a sharp deterioration in vision…