Whats is the World Vision Day? The World Sight Day (DMV) is an international awareness day decreed by the World Health Organization (OMS), in conjunction with the International Organization for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB), which is held annually on the second Thursday of October, in order to focus as much attention as possible on...
Clinica Sancho establishes and is constantly committed to improving its awareness strategies about the care and sustainability of the environment within its staff, and its programs of responsibility and social focus, inviting to the different companies private and public to commit to this new initiative to strengthen the growth of society.
Radial interview to Dr. Christian Sancho, cornea and anterior segment specialist of Clinica Sancho, about eye care and eye symptomatology due to COVID 19. How COVID can be transmitted to the eyes? What is the eye symptomatology and how is disease process? What we have reported to this day according to the studies that have...
Our Allegretto Wavelight Eye-Q Excimer Laser technology, which provides parameters of accuracy and safety in visual recovery, which decreases and even eliminates the dependence on magnifying lenses and contact lenses.
Hyperopia is a condition that makes it difficult to have a close vision despite having a good vision for objects that are far away. Presbyopia for its part is the gradual loss of flexibility of the lens and the surrounding muscle fibers making it more difficult to focus on nearby objects.
A cataract is an opacity of the lens (crystalline) of the eye, which is normally clear and transparent; it can be compared to a window that "frost" with ice or "fogs" with steam.
Keratoconus is an unusual condition, in which the cornea (the transparent part on the front of the eye) is abnormally thin and protrudes forward.
Glaucoma is an eye disease that is defined as progressive optic neuropathy or optic nerve disease.
It is a condition of deviation from the abnormal alignment of one eye with respect to the other.
The Pterigium, or more known in our medium as Pterygium, refers to an abnormal growth of tissue on the cornea, the anterior surface of the eye, which is normally transparent and without blood vessels, which easily becomes inflamed when exposed to sunlight, the wind or any other irritating agent.