Cataracts begin small, and slowly grow to blur your vision as if you're looking through a piece of cloudy glass.
Brought on by diabetes and damaging to the retina, this disease can eventually lead to blindness.
Eye disease related to diabetes includes diabetic retinopathy, diabetic macular edema (DME), cataracts and glaucoma, all of which can potentially result to severe vision loss and blindness.
Glaucoma is associated with higher pressure inside the eye that can cause peripheral vision loss and even lead to blindness.
For those age 65 and older, macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss and blindness.
Here's a summary of symptoms of the most common eye diseases you need to “keep an eye out for".
Keratoconus is a progressive eye disease in which the normally round cornea thins and begins to bulge into a cone-like shape.
A subconjunctival hemorrhage occurs when a tiny blood vessel breaks just underneath the clear surface of your eye (conjunctiva).
Ocular hypertension means the pressure in your eye, or your intraocular pressure (IOP), is higher than normal.
The Amsler grid is a tool used to detect vision problems resulting from damage to the macula or the optic nerve.