Double vision in a single eye can be caused by cornea problems, lens problems and eye muscle problems, according to WebMD. Additionally, this problem may also occur when the brain fails to combine images from the eye due... More »

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Some causes of double vision, medically known as diplopia, are dry eye, corneal infection or scars, injuries, cataracts and benign or malignant tumors. Another cause of double vision is weak eye muscles, which may be the... More »

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Common causes of vision loss, which may occur in one or both eyes, include age-related macular degeneration, diabetes-related retinal damage, glaucoma, cataract and eye trauma, according to Healthgrades. Stroke, optic ne... More »

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Double vision occurs when the vision system is experiencing problems with the cornea, the muscles in the eye or autoimmune disorders, according to WebMD. People with nerve conditions or brain problems may also experience... More »

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Possible side effects immediately following lens implant surgery include light sensitivity, a feeling that something is in the eye, hazy vision and bloodshot eyes, and long-term risks include vision loss, vision abnormal... More »

Astigmatism is a condition that causes blurred vision when the lens or cornea of an eye has an irregular surface contour, according to Mayo Clinic. Rather than having a consistently smooth curvature, an astigmatic lens o... More »

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Cataracts are removed after the eye surgeon makes an incision in the patient's cornea and then carefully removes the clouded lens. Before surgery, topical medications are used to dilate the pupil and numb the eye. The pa... More »

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