Neuro-ophthalmology

17/10/2016

ICR Research Department is carrying out a clinical trial lead by Dr. Castillo with patients affected by Leber Hereditary Optic Neuropathy

ICR, at the forefront of research Dr Castillo, Head of Neuro-Ophthalmology and Teaching Department at Institut Català de Retina, has initiated, alongside the Research Department, a clinical trial developed by Santhera Pharmaceuticals, for which participants affected by Leber Optic Neuropathy (LHON), older than 12 years old and of all genders, are being recruited. The disease must […]

20/06/2016

Nystagmus

Nystagmus is an involuntary and repetitive eye moving or tremor consisting in the eye going from side to side (horizontal nystagmus, the most frequent), top-down and bottom-up (vertical nystagmus) or on a rotating basis (rotatory or torsional nystagmus). Usually, both eyes are affected. There are several types of nystagmus. Healthy individuals may experience nystagmus as […]

13/04/2016

Pupillary abnormalities: anisocoria

What is anisocoria? Usually, pupil size in humans is fairly similar in both eyes and variations are so small that they are not even noticeable to the naked eye. Pupil is the part of the human eye that allows the light in, enabling us to see. Muscles that dilate and contract the pupil regulate the […]

10/03/2015

My first visit in the Department of Neuro-Ophthalmology

You have scheduled a visit of neuro-ophthalmology but has not yet come and wondered how you are going to be the visit and prior information or current situation we may need. If you have a family member or known to have passed through our department, you probably already know that the first visit of neuro-ophthalmology is […]

17/10/2014

Who work in Neuro-Ophthalmology Department?

In the Department of Neuro-ophthalmology working ophthalmologists who have a particular interest in those diseases which, without being properly of the eyes, are manifested with disturbances of vision, of the movement of the eyes or of the pupils. The patient looks bad, or does not move her eyes properly or has a pupil larger than the […]

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