What is Eales Disease?
Eales disease is an rare, idiopathic vascular condition primarily affecting the retina that results in inflammation and retinal vessel occlusions, first identified by British ophthalmologist Henry Eales in 1880. Primarily impacting young males from India and Pakistan as well as South Asia regions.
Although its exact cause remains unknown, vascular abnormalities and genetic predisposition are thought to play a part. Recognizing symptoms such as blurred vision, floaters and peripheral vision loss is essential for early diagnosis and treatment.
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What are the symptoms of Eales Disease?
Eales disease symptoms vary between people, usually occurring gradually over time. Here are the more frequently seen indicators of Eales disease:
· Blurred Vision: One of the main signs and symptoms of Eales disease is blurriness or reduced visual acuity, with affected individuals often finding difficulty in focusing and perceiving objects as blurry.
· Floaters: Floaters are small specks or cobweb-like structures that appear to float across your visual field, often appearing dark or transparent, that interfere with clear vision and may obstruct clear sightlines. As eyes move they tend to shift accordingly causing these floaters to drift across.
· Loss of Peripheral Vision: Eales disease may lead to the gradual deterioration of peripheral vision, commonly referred to as tunnel vision. Affected individuals may notice their field of view narrowing drastically and their ability to see objects through side vision diminished significantly.
· Visual Field Defects: As disease progresses, certain areas of the visual field may become blank or distorted - this may present itself in form of dark spots or patches within vision.
· Vitreous Hemorrhage: Eales disease may lead to bleeding in the vitreous gel that fills the center of your eye, potentially resulting in sudden and significant vision impairment, leading to a dark or shadowy appearance of vision.
· Retinal Detachment: At advanced stages, Eales disease increases the risk of retinal detachment, in which the retina detaches from its supporting tissue and detaches completely from visual perception. If left untreated promptly, retinal detachment can lead to permanent vision loss; symptoms include flashes of light or the perception of curtains or veil covering part of visual field or sudden increase in floaters. This condition requires medical intervention immediately as failure to do so could be fatal for permanent vision loss.
Note that not everyone affected by Eales disease will experience every symptom listed above, though symptoms can differ in terms of their severity and progression; some may only experience mild issues while others could experience more severe visual impairment. It's essential to seek professional medical advice if any symptoms appear; an eye care professional should provide accurate diagnoses and effective management solutions.
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What are the causes of Eales Disease?
The exact cause Eales disease remains unknown, though it has been classified as an idiopathic disorder. Multiple factors are thought to contribute to its development, including:
· Vascular Abnormalities: Eales disease is characterized by abnormal changes to retinal blood vessels. These changes include inflammation, narrowing of vessels (vasculitis), and formation of new fragile blood vessels (neovascularization). It is thought that these vascular abnormalities play a key role in its development; however, its cause remains elusive.
· Genetics: No specific gene mutation has yet been linked with Eales disease; however, genetic predisposition may increase susceptibility. Studies indicate certain genetic factors could make certain individuals more prone to Eales. More research needs to be completed in order to establish definitive links.
· Environmental Factors: Exposure to toxins or infections has been proposed as potential triggers for Eales disease. Some studies have reported an association between exposure to tuberculosis (TB) as well as other infectious agents and Eales disease; however, any direct relationship must first be explored further before any decisions on prevention are made.
Note that these factors are considered potential contributors to Eales disease, but none has been conclusively established as its sole cause. Eales disease likely arises from genetic predisposition, vascular abnormalities and environmental influences acting together. More research needs to be conducted in order to understand its underlying mechanisms and identify specific causes.
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