A dark curtain in vision
Sometimes referred to as a “shadow,” it describes a decrease or partial hindrance of vision by dark shapes moving around one’s field of vision. This may be a symptom of carotid artery disease, marfan syndrome, cytomegalovirus retinitis, and other conditions.
These refer to enlarged pupils in the center of the eye. If not associated with natural processes, dilated pupils may be a sign of anisocoria, a migraine, adie’s pupil, and ocular melanoma, among others.
Discharge from eye
Refers to the mucus, excess tears, or pus coming from the eye. This may imply that you have endophthalmitis, fungal keratitis, trachoma, contact lens-related health issues, and several other conditions.
Occurs when objects appear as wavy or “bent.” This may be a sign of astigmatism, histoplasmosis, keratoconus, or other eye issues.
Refers to seeing two overlapping images of the same object. This may be a symptom of cataract, giant cell arteritis, or a simple migraine, among others.
This is the inability of the eyelid to fully open, leading to partially blocked vision. This may be a sign of Bell Palsy, myasthenia gravis, ptosis, or other conditions.
Eyes become dry when they lack sufficient lubrication. This may lead to irritation. Eye dryness may sometimes be a precursor to bell’s palsy, blepharitis, herpes zoster, or several other eye problems.