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Color Blindness

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As with recent advances in technology, we read and see a lot about pixels of resolutions of screen displays. Now when we talk about eyes, our eyes cannot be compared in terms of pixel of a camera. However, if still you want to compare, our eyes see much like a 576-megapixel camera would see.

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What if I move, Blink or sneeze during Lasik?

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This is quite common apprehension for any surgical procedure, what if the treatment doesn’t go as the way it was planned. In case of Lasik, what can happen if I move, blink or sneeze during the procedure? To answer all your apprehensions, we came to a thought of writing this article.

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Eye Emergencies

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The Eye is a very delicate organ. Any event of the eye or change in the vision needs immediate medical attention. Although finding yourself in an emergency condition itself is scary, and if your visibility is affected, it makes it even more worrisome .First thing in an emergency is to remain calm and one panics , you tend to injure yourself more. Our body is prepared to manage stressful conditions and by being aware and precautionary about certain situations you can handle and avoid eye emergencies more efficiently.

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Subconjunctival Haemorrhage

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Human eye is a vital organ and is a gift to perceive the beauty of the world. When we look at the eye, it’s easy to demarcate that we have two parts as white and black/brown moving part. White part is sclera and is covered by clear tissue known as conjunctiva. It acts as a protective layer to the sclera. Eye comprises of numerous blood vessels and nerves.

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Dyslexia and Eye health

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High chances are that you are reading this article and looking for answers about dyslexia, as someone of your known is being diagnosed with this strange condition. Dyslexia and eye problems are not related to each other but may coexist. It is observed that having eye problems complicates the situation for the sufferer.

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Living with Cataract

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Cataract is considered as an ageing process and usually starts at the age of 40, affecting majority of people after the age of 60. If it is left untreated, not only it affects daily activities but also may lead to severe complications like vision loss and glaucoma ultimately. Although, cataract affects mostly elderly population, but diseases like diabetes, eye injury, metabolic and congenital conditions can cause cataract in early age.

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Everyday habits that hurt your eyes

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Eyes are vital organ of our body and eyesight is precious. Having a perfect vision is a gift and heredity plays an important role in it. Still, minor vision issues can be sorted out by corrective measures like eye glasses, eye drops and in advanced cases with surgeries. Eyesight changes are not always in our hands but yet few habits can have positive and negative effects on our body. Lack of eye care awareness can affect our eyesight to such an extent that we might end up losing our vision. Several day to day activities need small attention and care for long term healthy vision.

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Can cataract lead to blindness?

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Cataract is common eye defect affecting majority of population and yes, it can lead to blindness if timely treatment is not done. Most of the affected people are above 40 years of age and rarely it is seen in young people. However due to some eye injury or congenital issues, it can affect people with younger age group as well. But good news is that cataract is treatable.

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Retinal Detachment: Risk Factors And Protection

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Retinal detachment is a displacement of the retina from its normal position. There are various causes of retinal detachment. Book an appointment with the best eye clinic in Mumbai if you experience any problem with your vision.

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Retinal Vein Occlusion

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Retinal vein occlusion is a condition in which the veins in the retina get blocked. It could be the main vein which is the central retinal vein or a branch vein occlusion in the nasal or temporal part of the retina and either in superior or inferior region of the retina. The condition generally occurs in one eye. The patient experiences blurred vision with or without pain. If you experience such symptoms or if there is a sudden occurrence of floaters, consult with the best retinal surgeon in Mumbai.

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