NF2 IS Eye Related Images

Index

  1. Normal Eye Anatomy
  2. Sinuses
  3. Eye Plug
  4. Eye Weight
  5. Sagging Eyelid
  6. Eye Tightening
  7. Sclera Lenses

Images important to understand medical options of Dry Eyes and Facial Nerve Damage and other NF2 Eye Issues




Image: 1 of 8: Normal Eye Anatomy

Also see: NF2 Eye Issues
Cataracts, Anterior Chamber, Posterior Chamber, Retinal Blood Vessels, Retina, Cornea, Optic Nerve, Macula

Image: 2 of 8: Sinuses

Also see: Facial Nerve Damage: Dry Eyes and Excessive Tearing
Sinus Cavities, Frontal Sinus, Lacrimal Gland, Ethmoidal Sinuses, Maxillary Sinus, Lacrimal Sac, Tear Ducts, Nasal Passage

Image: 3 of 8: Eye Plug

Also see: Facial Nerve Damage: Dry Eyes and Excessive Tearing
Eye Plug

Image: 4 of 8: Eye Weight

Also see: Facial Nerve Damage: Dry Eyes and Excessive Tearing
Eye Weight Placement, surgical

Image: 5 of 8: Sagging Eyelid

Also see: Facial Nerve Damage: Dry Eyes and Excessive Tearing
Sagging Eyelid, surgery, tightening method

Image: 6 of 8: Eye Tightening

Also see: Facial Nerve Damage: Dry Eyes and Excessive Tearing
Eye Tightening, nerve damage, tightening method, surgery

Image: 7 of 8: Binocular Diplopia

Also see: NF2 Eye Issues
Binocular Diplopia, Strabismus, esotropia, exotropia, adie tonic pupil, hormer's syndrome

Image: 8 of 8: Binocular Diplopia

Also see: NF2 Eye Issues
Sclera Lenses, dry eye treatment
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