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."

Retinal Migraine

Retinal migraine is a separate type of paroxysmal migraine headache, characterized by the presence of transient visual disturbances in the form of monocular single /multiple falls in the field of vision or complete blindness in one eye. The duration of visual impairment is characteristic, not exceeding 1 h. Retinal migraine is diagnosed on the basis…

Rheumatic Uveitis

Rheumatic uveitis is an autoimmune lesion of the structures of the uveal tract of the eyeball. Common symptoms for all forms are hyperemia, conjunctival injection, pain, photophobia and lacrimation. Diagnosis of rheumatic uveitis includes external examination, visometry, tonometry, biomicroscopy, ophthalmoscopy, gonioscopy. With anterior uveitis, local use of mydriatics, NSAIDs, glucocorticosteroids (GC) is indicated. The second-line…

Exotropia

Exotropia is an oculomotor disorder in which the eyeball is deflected outward. Clinical signs of pathology include permanent or periodic displacement of the eye, complaints of diplopia, violation of binocular vision. To make a diagnosis, visometry, autorefractometry, a closing-opening test, a study on a synoptophore, a Worth test are carried out. Conservative therapy is reduced…

Retinal Tear

Retinal tear is an acquired pathology of the visual organ, which is accompanied by a violation of the integrity of the retina with a high risk of its further detachment. Clinical manifestations of the disease are photopsias, “flies” or “veil” in front of the eyes, central or peripheral scotomas. Diagnosis of retinal tear is based…

Pterygium

Pterygium is a triangular-shaped ingrowth that forms with the medial (internal) the sides of the conjunctival membrane of the eyeball, and has a length up to the surface layers of the cornea. It occurs more often asymptomatically, with the aggravation of the disease, there may be complaints of a cosmetic defect, dry eyes, decreased visual…

Pseudoexfoliative Syndrome

Pseudoexfoliative syndrome is a uveopathy characterized by the deposition of an amyloid–like substance on the structures of the anterior segment of the eyeball. The clinical picture is represented by visual dysfunction, the appearance of “opacities” and “rainbow circles” in front of the eyes, blurred vision. Diagnostics is based on ultrasound biomicroscopy, classical biomicroscopy using a…

Orbital Pseudotumor

Orbital pseudotumor is a heterogeneous group of diseases of the orbit, including primary idiopathic myositis, dacryoadenitis, local and diffuse vasculitis. Common clinical manifestations of all forms are exophthalmos, pain in the eye socket, edema and hyperemia of the eyelids. Diagnosis of orbital pseudotumor includes external examination and palpation, ophthalmoscopy, visiometry, computed tomography, histomorphological and cytological…

Amaurosis Fugax

Amaurosis fugax is a one–sided, sudden short-term vision loss that develops due to trauma or progressive ischemia. Visual dysfunction is characterized by the appearance of a “dark curtain” in front of the eyes against the background of complete well-being or aura in the form of photopsias. There is a pain syndrome. The mobility of the…

Presbyopia

Presbyopia is an age–related decrease in the accommodative ability of the eye associated with the natural aging process of the lens. Presbyopia is manifested by a deterioration in the ability to see at close range: blurring and blurring of vision near, asthenopic symptoms (headaches, eye fatigue, poor general well-being). Diagnosis includes vision testing, assessment of…

Pollinous Conjunctivitis

Pollinous conjunctivitis is an allergic condition, one of the components of pollinosis, manifested by inflammation of the conjunctiva of the eyes due to intolerance to the substances of flower pollen of some plants. Symptoms of pathology are lacrimation, itching, burning, redness of the eyes, swelling of the eyelids, photophobia, in severe cases – ulceration of…