retinal detachment

Retinal detachment is something that occurs in any part of the retina, and it is the separation of the retina from the layer below it after more retinal tears. The intraocular fluid passing through the retinal tear gradually lifts the retina. If it goes unnoticed and progresses, central vision is lost with the detachment of the retina in the yellow spot region. Surgery is required as soon as possible. If the tear is noticed before it turns into retinal detachment, it can be treated with laser. After retinal detachment develops, it is surgically treated with gas therapy, local scleral buckling, scleral cerclage or vitrectomy operations, considering the location, size, number of tears and other accompanying clinical conditions of the retinal detachment in the eye.

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Head, neck and body exercises in meniere

HEAD, NECK, BODY EXERCISES ON THE MENIER 1. The shoulders are relaxed and rested in a relaxed state. With eyes open, we will turn our heads 6 times to the right and left. 2. We will repeat the same movement with our eyes closed, turning our head 6 times to the right and left. 3. We will slowly lower our heads forward with the shoulders relaxed and relaxed. We will lift our chin 6 times to our chest, if possible (not necessary), and then upwards to the ceiling. These movements will be done slowly, otherwise there will be dizziness. 4- Lie on your back on the floor. Cross your hands. Turn left face down. Come back out. Get on your back.

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Meniere’s disease and vestibular rehabilitation

Meniere's Disease and Vestibular Rehabilitation It is a chronic disease characterized by dizziness, buzzing in the ears, tinnitus, a feeling of fullness in the ear, nausea, vomiting and heavy hearing, which occur as a result of hydrops in the inner ear fluids. Our aim from Vestibular Rehabilitation; 1. OBJECTIVE: To accelerate the central compensation process, (thus reducing vertigo and postural disorders.) - to feel safe, - to have no problems in participating in daily active life, - to prevent falls and injuries, and - to isolate from society * anxiety, * panic disorder and * major It is aimed to get away from additional psychological disorders such as depression. 2. INFORMATION: Before the patients are included in the rehabilitation program, they must be informed and it must be ensured that the patient understands this situation. This is important, this program is prepared as a program specific to the patient, it is not a miraculous treatment program, if he actively participates in the treatment, it will provide maximum benefit.

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