Ophthalmology

Health & Wellness Enero 2017

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Health & Wellness October 2016

In The Health & Wellness you will find the best doctors of Antigua and Guatemala City. Hi! Thanks for your interest in this link from Qué Pasa, it should be ready in a few seconds. “>”>

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Health & Wellness April 2016

In Health & Wellness  April 2016, you will find medical specialists and services to improve their quality of life.   Hi! Thanks for your interest in this link from Qué Pasa, it should be ready in a few seconds.

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How Does Age Affect Our Eyes?

Eyes undergo significant changes throughout life – changes that are related to genetics, visual activity, and the environment. Among the most noticeable changes that occur after age 40 are: Presbyopia, or difficulty in reading, needs to be corrected with appropriate eyeglasses. It stabilizes at around 60 to 65 years of age. Eyelids can lose...

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Eyestrain and Computer Vision Syndrome

With the dramatic increase in the number of computers in the workplace and in homes, complaints about eyestrain and discomfort are becoming more frequent. Discomfort and eyestrain caused by the radiation emitted by monitors is called Computer Vision Syndrome (known by its acronym CVS). But this syndrome is not caused solely by the monitor...

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The Three Causes of Red Eyes That Really Are Emergencies

There are situations when sleeplessness, fatigue, exposure to air conditioning, or allergies may be accompanied by eye redness which is caused by external conditions and is not due to eye disease. Such conditions do not require emergency consultation, but an ophthalmological evaluation is recommended if symptoms persist.   Causes of red eye that can...

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What You Need to Know about Cataract Surgery

A cataract is an opacity or clouding of the natural crystalline lens of the eye. It is the leading cause of blindness worldwide and is a major cause of visual impairment in Guatemala. In adults, the development of cataracts is related to age, sun exposure, tobacco use, poor nutrition, eye trauma, some systemic diseases,...

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Dr. Alfonso Wer Rodríguez

Dr. Alfonso Wer Rodríguez is an ophthalmologist specializing in cornea, cataract, and refractive surgery. He received his medical degree from Universidad Francisco Marroquín. He specialized in ophthalmology at Unidad Nacional de Oftalmología; where he is currently involved in the training of aspiring ophthalmologists. He speaks Spanish, English, and German. Centro de Especialidades Oculares •...

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Paulina Castejón, MD.

      Dra. Paulina Castejón is an ophthalmologist with more than 15 years of experience in her field. She did her sub-specialty studies in oculoplastics at the Ramón y Cajal Hospital in Madrid and the Cole Eye Center of Cleveland, Ohio, and her training in aesthetic medicine procedures in Buenos Aires, Argentina (Medestetica...

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