Five dangerous complications in patients with high myopia

Abstract: clinical observation shows that patients with medium and high myopia often have five kinds of complications: vitreous opacity, macular degeneration, complicated cataract, primary retinal detachment and open-angle glaucoma. Among them, the latter two are far more likely to lead to blindness than the first three., High myopia patients should be alert to five dangerous complications. Medium and high myopia patients with myopia above 400 degrees should be alert to the occurrence of various complications. Ophthalmologists believe that if the five kinds of serious complications are not treated in time, the patient is very likely to lose sight after the age of 50., Clinical observation shows that patients with medium and high myopia often have five kinds of complications: vitreous opacity, macular degeneration, complicated cataract, primary retinal detachment and open-angle glaucoma. Among them, the latter two are far more likely to lead to blindness than the first three., Mild myopia of about 100 degrees belongs to the normal range; 100 degrees to 300 degrees is low myopia, which belongs to benign disease; More than 400 degrees belong to medium and high myopia, of which more than 600 degrees are high myopia and more than 800 degrees are malignant myopia., Myopic patients should correctly deal with the occurrence of complications. They can’t draw a conclusion based on the above symptoms. Some diseases have no obvious symptoms at first. If patients have questions, they’d better accept a comprehensive examination. We should be more careful when using drugs., Patients with medium and high myopia can have their intraocular pressure checked regularly according to their own conditions. If they find dark shadows, eye swelling and pain, visual field changes, they should go to the hospital in time., In order to prevent the occurrence of complications, myopia patients usually take vitamin C, vitamin E, cod liver oil, calcium tablets and complex tablets of various trace elements, and consciously add the above vitamins in food irregularly, which can play a certain preventive effect, and can also be prevented with drugs such as ophthalmin., Patients with

high myopia should be alert to five dangerous complications. Patients with

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myopia above 400 degrees should be alert to the occurrence of various complications. Ophthalmologists believe that if the more serious five kinds of complications are not treated in time, the patient is very likely to lose sight after the age of 50.

clinical observation found that patients with medium and high myopia often have five kinds of complications: vitreous opacity, macular degeneration, complicated cataract, primary retinal detachment and open-angle glaucoma. Among them, the possibility of blindness caused by the latter two is much higher than that of the first three.

mild myopia of about 100 degrees belongs to the normal range; 100 degrees to 300 degrees is low myopia, which belongs to benign disease; More than 400 degrees belong to medium and high myopia, of which more than 600 degrees are high myopia and more than 800 degrees are malignant myopia.

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myopia patients should correctly treat the occurrence of complications, and should not draw conclusions based on the above symptoms alone. Some diseases have no obvious symptoms at first. If patients have questions in mind, they’d better accept a comprehensive examination. We should be more careful when using drugs. Patients with high myopia in

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can do intraocular pressure examination regularly according to their own conditions. If they find dark shadow, eye swelling and pain, visual field change, they should go to the hospital in time.

in order to prevent the occurrence of complications, myopia patients usually take vitamin C, vitamin E, cod liver oil, calcium tablets and complex tablets of various trace elements, and consciously add the above vitamins in food from time to time, which can play a certain preventive effect, and can also be prevented by using drugs such as ophthalmin.