Tunnel vision

What is Tunnel vision?

This type of vision is seen in glaucoma. In this person is able to see like he or she in a tunnel. Periphery vision is decreased or lost.

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About once a month I experience almost a full vision loss lasting 45 min-an hour. It starts off as a blurry "tunnel vision" and the only thing that...

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Complete eye examination is to be done. Tunnel vision is sign of glaucoma. Vision field vision fundus examination IOT to be recorded.With these...

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My father is 90 years old, with a history of Heart Failure and DM's. He has been experiencing increase eye pressure to his eyeballs and a...

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Brief Answer:
monitouring of iot and type of glaucoma tobe diagnosed. steroid be avoided

Detailed Answer:
Your daddy is in advanced age with...

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I am a veteran. I have been experiencing horrible smells that I can not describe, the closest description would be something rotten. The VA says I...

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ENT and Neurologist evaluation necessary.

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Hello and thanks for using HCM.

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I've had TMJ problems for about four years. I've never experienced any pain, nor reduction of jaw movement. The only thing that would happen is my...

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for approx. 1and1/2 years I have had what I call spells- I get confused-I know where I am, but I don't know why I am there. I have tunnel vision...

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Hello, My father is 90 years old, with a history of Heart Failure and DM's. He has been experiencing increase eye pressure to his eyeballs and a...

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Hi earlier today I experienced blurred cloudy vision which turned into a severe headache which then made me have tunnel vision. My hands and...

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